Mountain States Health Alliance Job Fair for Disadvantaged Adults
The Johnson City Public Library will host a job fair with Mountain States Health Alliance in support of its new program, “Project Employment Hope” on Thursday, August 11, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the library’s Computer Center. Interested persons will have the opportunity to meet with an MSHA representative for the following purposes:
· Determine their eligibility to participate in the program
· Apply online with dedicated assistance from volunteers
· Meet with a recruiter to determine their next steps
If you are unable to attend this job fair, you may also apply online at www.projectemploymenthope.com/
“Project Employment Hope” exists to provide employment opportunities for disadvantaged adults in the communities served by Mountain States Health Alliance, one of the largest employers in Washington County. “Disadvantaged adults” may be defined as those chronically unemployed or underemployed, including persons living with disabilities or those living at or below the poverty line.
Please register for this event at the library’s Reference Desk on the 2nd floor, or by calling 423-434-4454. YOU WILL NEED A WORKING EMAIL ADDRESS TO APPLY FOR JOBS ONLINE!
To learn more about these and other upcoming events, visit the library’s events calendar at www.jcpl.net/events, like the library’s Facebook page, or follow on Twitter @JCPublicLibrary. For more information, call 423-434-4454.