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CTPOST, Ken Dixon, July 10, 2020 FAIRFIELD — A $2 million federal workforce development grant will mean manufacturing apprenticeships for young people aged 16 to 24, officials including Gov. Ned Lamont, Lt. Gov Susan Bysiewicz and U.S. Rep. Jim Himes announced on...
Jodi Latina. Jul 10, 2020. FAIRFIELD, CT. (WTNH) — World famous Bigelow Tea is looking for a few young apprentices. Cindi Bigelow, CEO Bigelow Tea, says she’s proud “to be able to take young people starting at 16 and give them the skill sets so we can be fortunate for...
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Bridgeport Mayor Ganim is with special guest Joe Carbone, President/CEO of The WorkPlace discussing resources available at the workplace for residents seeking employment. Other topics include: Yesterday’s demolition, free testing, and updated COVID information....
June 6, 2020. Kevin Zimmerman. Westfair Business Journal. Platform to Employment, the nationally recognized program to help the longtime unemployed get back to work, is pivoting this month to a new version designed to assist job-seekers who have lost employment due to...
Amid historic unemployment claims in Connecticut, a Bridgeport-based organization is evolving to help get the state's workers back to work. The nonprofit The WorkPlace says more than 75,000 workers have filed for unemployment in southwestern Connecticut. "The...