Jobs of the Week: Feb. 17, 2023
Feb 17, 2023
Feb 17, 2023
Please read original post.#WalkMarylandDay is coming quickly!🏃♂️
Grab the family & join us for our free self-directed community-wide Scavenger Hunt!🔍
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It's National Employ Older Workers Week! This year's theme, "Possibilities are Ageless," is a reminder that older workers are valuable contributors to the workforce, no matter their age. If you need help finding a job, the Senior Community Service Employment Program is a great option. It's a community service and work-based training program designed to help low-income older Americans. Visit ow.ly/KL7t50PNus3 to learn more.Happy National Employ Older Workers Week! This year's theme - Possibilities are Ageless - reminds us that older workers continue to be mainstream innovators in the workforce at any age. If you are seeking employment assistance, the Senior Community Service Employment Program is a community service and work-based job training program for low-income older Americans. Learn more at: ow.ly/KL7t50PNus3 ... See MoreSee Less
Maryland Governor Wes Moore has declared September 17-23, 2023, as Adult Education and Family Literacy Week to support the Moore-Miller administration's objective of ensuring every Maryland student has the necessary skills. Adult literacy services are crucial to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, providing a ladder for career aspirations and lifelong dreams. Visit labor.maryland.gov/employment for more information on adult education programs.Governor Wes Moore today proclaimed September 17-23, 2023, as Adult Education and Family Literacy Week in Maryland.
The Governor’s proclamation supports the Moore-Miller administration’s commitment to leave no one behind by setting Maryland's students up for success.
As an essential component of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, adult literacy services and related partner support provide lattices for adults to reach their highest career goals and fulfill their dreams.
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Lower Shore Workforce Alliance, in partnership with the Department of Education/DORS and other members of the Lower Shore Workforce Team, will be ”blitzing” small businesses in the tri-county area (Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset counties) who are located downtown or on main streets.
The challenge is to reach 300 businesses throughout the Lower Eastern Shore, with support from volunteers from local area businesses and partnering organizations, the week of Monday, October 16. Amongst this outreach, a token of appreciation will be given out to thank the companies for their contributions to the community and to thank them for their presence on the eastern shore.
Every business visited will be entered into a free raffle to win goodies and services donated by local businesses. The raffle prize will be revealed the week of the blitz. The event encourages community awareness, support, and engagement during the blitz; companies will be featured in our social media blitzing campaign. Click here to register--->
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