Job club to meet

Special to the Enterprise

It’s time to turn over a new leaf in your search for a new career by coming to the Harlan County Job Club.

With practical lessons and expert-led activities planned to help get you back to work, the job club in Harlan County is now better positioned than ever to deliver hands-on assistance that can help you write a professional résumé, learn how to succeed in job interviews, connect with employers, workforce professionals and other jobseekers and create a winning game plan for your job search.

The Harlan County Job Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 14 at the Harlan Depot, located at 110 Railroad Street.

The Harlan County Job Club is brought to you by a partnership between Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. (EKCEP), Harlan County Community Action Agency Inc. (CAA) and the Kentucky Career Center Office of Employment and Training (OET).

Career experts in the partnership have brought together a program powered by the career-advising industry’s best ideas and tools to help those searching for employment build the skills and connections they need to find rewarding new work.

In the job club, you will:

• Build job leads;

• Get top job search advice;

• Have access to job networking opportunities; and

• Build a professional employer-approved résumé.

The experts that will guide you on your way to a successful new job have been in this industry for years and know what needs to be done to get you on the fast track toward employment.

All new members are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior for new member orientation.

For more information or to speak with a career advisor about the Harlan County Job Club, call 606-573-5330.

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