Tennessee Career Center

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The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) launched the Tennessee Virtual American Job Center Friday, bringing information about job services and programs to Tennesseans anytime, anywhere. The unique website guides users to not only the employment assistance available to them but also other services offered by multiple state agencies.

Attention High School administrators and staff!

The Northwest Tennessee Workforce Board and American Job Centers will be hosting a webinar to provide an overview of the services available to high school students and recent graduates, including paid work-based learning, scholarships for postsecondary training, supportive services, career exploration, and more.

The webinar will be held daily during the week of January 11th at 8:30 am, but it is not necessary to attend more than one session.  Click the picture below to join the webinar or see additional options to join. 

Click here for more information regarding our available services for youth and young workers.

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apprenticeship Save the date 2020Apprenticeship TN will offer their inaugural conference, Discover Apprenticeship TN, on November 10, 9am-11am CST.

Benton, Crockett, and Henry Counties have met all criteria to maintain their status as certified ACT Work Ready Communities, demonstrating their commitment to developing a strong workforce pipeline, desirable to employers, economic developers and current and future citizens of the county.

Check out the 2019-2020 Annual Report presented at today's NWTN Workforce Board Annual Board Meeting! (Click image below to view the report.)

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Special from Mid-Cumberland 

peggy cookPeggy Cook is a Career Advisor for Mid-Cumberland in the Dresden American Job Center. Peggy is one of the many employees whom actually used the America Job Center Services and would like to to share her experience.

My name is Peggy Cook. In 2013 I lost my job of 28 years due to my company closing. I was devastated. I was 80 years old but not ready to retire. I received unemployment for six months while searching for a job. At this age employment seemed impossible. Someone told me to go to the American Job Center in Dresden. I went to the center and was told about the Senior Community Service Employment Program. In June 2014, I started working atthe Dresden Center through the SCSEP as a receptionist.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a licensed electrician? Interested High school seniors (or just graduated) are invited to participate in the SHOCK and AWE Day! on June 6th.

Click on image below to view the pdf version that includes working links.

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