June 15, 2019

Help for Local Job Seekers: Employment Resource and Career Fair

The Employment and Income Committee of Middlesex County’s Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness is presenting an Employment Resource and Career Fair.  Lack of employment has presented an increasing risk of homelessness.  The Employment Fair is to help those who are out of work, need help in finding a job and are not sure where to turn for help. 

If you live in the Lower River Valley or Shoreline area of Middlesex County and would like help please join us on Wednesday, May 11, from 9am-1pm in the Old Saybrook Shopping Center, Elm Street entrance. 

Representatives from the Department of Labor, United Labor Agency, Kuhn Employment Opportunities, Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, Middletown Adult Education, Social Security, and local Social Service agencies as well some area employers will be there. There is no charge and refreshments will be provided.

Participants and/or employers should contact Lew Slotnick, MS, LADC, Director of the United Labor Agency at 860-347-8060 for additional information or to participate.

Residents of Old Saybrook should contact, Susan Consoli, MA, LPC, Social Services Coordinator, at 860-395-3188 or by email at sconsoli@town.old-saybrook.ct.us  for more information and employment help.  Old Saybrook Social Services has run two Employment Workshops in addition to participation in this Employment Fair and is committed to continuing to help those in our community that are in need of employment help.

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