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Posted On: 9/1/2017

Employment Events to Celebrate Labor Day




Media contact(s):
Deonna Kirkpatrick: (216) 432-3342 or deonna.kirkpatrick@jfs.ohio.gov


September Series of Job and Career Events

Cleveland – As we celebrate the Labor Day holiday, Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish is highlighting local events throughout the month of September to help residents find good-paying jobs and a path to a career.

“Creating good jobs for our residents that lead to a career path is a priority for the county,” said Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. “We are focused on creating opportunities so that every resident is on a path to upward income mobility and career advancement. When our residents thrive, so do our communities.”

Cuyahoga County is leading the way with several community partners to coordinate a wide range of workforce services that help residents get the education, training, and career coaching they need for today’s in-demand jobs, while connecting local businesses with potential employees to fill open positions. By working together, we are transforming workforce services to create a system that meets residents and businesses’ needs.

This month’s events include job fairs, employer open houses, workshops, and other events hosted by local employers, workforce training programs, and educational institutions. 

View the full list of events with details and contact information.

For more information on Cuyahoga County’s career services residents can contact the Workforce Opportunity Resource Center at 216-987-6820.

Cuyahoga County is also partnering with local libraries to offer free adult education services through Aspire Greater Cleveland. Anyone interested can call 833-ASPIRE2 to find daily events and services throughout the county.