Job Club Invited to Cleveland Event about Getting Americans Back to Work

Please join Jay Williams, Director of the Office of Recovery for Auto Communities and Workers & former Mayor of Youngstown, OH and the DOL CFNP a symposium

U.S. Auto Recovery Director Jay Williams and the Department of Labor Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Cordially Invites you to ...

The leadership of the has been invited to participate in Job Clubs & Career Ministries On the Front Lines of Getting Americans Back to Work Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011, 9:30 a.m. to  12:30 p.m. (Registration at 9 a.m.)

Hosted by Jobs Partnership Cleveland at:

Mt. Zion Congregational Church

10723 Magnolia Drive

Cleveland, OH 44106

, who is a Manager and Senior Career Consultant with REA (a global HR Consulting Firm, headquartered in Millburn, NJ, providing career and transition services to individuals and relocating families worldwide) and founder of the Community Job Club. Diana will be sharing ideas and proven practices that have made the Community Job Club in Stow so successful in helping the unemployed.

The Department of Labor and Faith Based Initiative have been providing support
to job clubs across the country. REA, Diana’s employer, is the main
sponsor of the Community Job Club in Stow, a non-profit organization and hopes that this successful model can be duplicated around the country to help Americans get back to work. 

The Community Job Club of Stow has gained , and is one of the job clubs that others wish to emulate. To join the movement and start a club, or to join The Community Job Club, please visit: www.communityjobclub.com

To RSVP for this event, provide your first name, last name, organization name (if applicable), city, state, and email address to Ashley Gerwitz at gerwitz.ashley@dol.gov or call 202-693-6031 no later than Wednesday, Nov. 2.

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