On Fri., Feb. 26, Goodwill Industries of Central Florida's virtual job connection team will host a free webinar for job seekers. The latest in a series of virtual presentations, the session will focus on exploring career changes. Attendees will learn how to find employment opportunities that align with their experience, training, interests and values.
Interested participants must register in advance. A secured Zoom link will be emailed following registration.
While the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity has reported job growth for the eighth consecutive month, thousands of Central Floridians are still unemployed - making Goodwill's job connection services a critical resource during the COVID-19 pandemic. Goodwill's employment specialists are working virtually with job seekers to update resumes, practice for interviews and apply for openings online. Upcoming free webinars can be found at www.GoodwillCFL.org. Anyone in need of assistance can email JobConnection@GoodwillCFL.org or call (407) 235-1541.
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