PA CareerLink® Wilkes-Barre is gearing up to present its Annual Veterans Event, set to take place on Saturday, November 4th, from 10 AM to 4 PM. The venue, Kingston VFW Post 283, is located at 757 Wyoming Ave, Kingston, PA 18704. This is not an ordinary event; it’s an extraordinary opportunity to seamlessly link veterans…
Discover the companies, groups, and foods joining us at the event. Explore below to see who’s taking part!
On Tuesday, September 12th, the PA Department of Labor & Industry is observing PA CareerLink® Day in Wilkes-Barre, located at 32 E. Union St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701. Our goal is to encourage anyone who is unemployed or underemployed to join the workforce in PA. To celebrate, the PA CareerLink® Luzerne/Schuylkill Counties we’ll be hosting a series of events throughout the day to highlight how our programs and services help job seekers and community members alike, whether it be training and education to advance along your career pathway or 1:1 job search assistance.
Complete your work search requirements this week by attending a workshop at PA CareerLink®!
September is Workforce Development Professionals Month. In 2005, the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) designated this month to raise awareness about the importance of our industry to a growing national economy. To celebrate, we want to highlight and recognize the hard work being done by workforce professionals and the impact our programs and services make on our community.
Job searching is difficult. The process is often filled with stress, uncertainty, and rejection. We understand the emotional toll this can take on job seekers, which is why PA CareerLink® Luzerne County has put together a brand new workshop series titled, “From Wellness to Work,” for our participants.
Are you in recovery? Do you have previous or current involvement in the justice system? Either way, let’s talk reentry over coffee and tea!
What does an American Psychologist from the early 1900s have to do with attracting talent in the modern job market? Business Service Manager Tracy Kleban offered local employers an inside look into how Maslow’s theory could help them attract and retain high quality candidates.
Has the transition to virtual communication this past year felt overwhelming? Do you feel disconnected using emails and virtual meeting platforms? Navigating the remote workplace is a challenge, and understanding how to create meaningful connections through a screen has become an invaluable skill.
The Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce Women’s Networking Committee has developed a brand new series for young women in our community. The “You Go Girl” Series: Life Skills for Young Women meets once per month throughout the year. The next session will be held on Thursday, February 25, at 3:30 pm. The series will cover a wide range of topics including budgeting, mindfulness, career counseling, creating a vision, and interview skills.