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Please join Employment Services of Weld County for a job fair. The following em…

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Please join Employment Services of Weld County for a job fair. The following employers will be in attendance: Weld District 6 Transportation, Aims Community College, Aurora Organic Dairy, Interim HealthCare, Energes Services, Allied Universal, Gusher Oilfield, Select Energy, Miller HFI and Cintas. The job fair will be held on Wednesday February 13, 2019. From 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. the job fair is open to U.S. Military Veterans Only and from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. the job fair will be open to the General Public. The event will be held at 315 North 11th Avenue, Building B, Greeley, CO, 80631.

For more information or to register for work, please visit www.eswc.org

Job Fair Tips:
Utilize our free services- Resume help, Internet and printer access are available doing job fairs.

Dress for Success- Wear Professional, interview appropriate attire.

Practice Your Pitch- Promote yourself by develop a 30-60 second speech summarizing your skills, experience and goals.

Check out the Companies- Research the attending companies and be able to ask them questions.

Be Prepared- Bring copies of your resume, pens and a notepad to take notes.

Attend a Workshop- Visit Employment Services of Weld County Online at www.eswc.org to view upcoming workshops.

Network- Talk to other job fair attendees, you never know who might be able to help with your job search.

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Our office will be closed Monday, February 18th for Presidents Day. We hope ever…

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Our office will be closed Monday, February 18th for Presidents Day. We hope everyone has a great and safe weekend!

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The Weld County Small Business Incentive Program continues to help small busines…

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The Weld County Small Business Incentive Program continues to help small businesses in unincorporated Weld County thrive. Since the program began in 2014, a total of $123,608 has been distributed to eight businesses to help offset permitting fees. Facilitated by the Board of Commissioners and the Department of Planning, the Small Business Incentive Program was established with $500,000 from the county’s economic development fund in 2014. The program has provided businesses with $60,000 this year, and the commissioners believe it will help many more in the future.

Read more at www.weldgov.com.

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Hickenlooper administration destroyed, denied or delayed public records pertaining to Air Quality Control mandates

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Submitted by: People United For Responsible Government

What are Hickenlooper and Polis afraid of?
As if the whole LEV and ZEV thing isn’t bad enough, we now learn that there’s a cover – up…

https://pagetwo.completecolorado.com/2019/02/12/hickenlooper-administration-destroyed-denied-or-delayed-public-records-pertaining-to-air-quality-control-mandates/

Hickenlooper administration destroyed, denied or delayed public records pertaining to Air Quality Control mandates

‘If there were communications in there that pertained to important matters, and the person was in that office, it seems those records shouldn’t be destroyed. It’s not specific in CORA law but there is Federal case law. It’s worth questioning that everything thing he sent or received was no lon…

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