PA CareerLink Bucks County invites the community to the grand opening of its one-stop career center, located at 4800 E. Street Road, Suite 50, Trevose.
The facility will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Sept. 28, immediately followed by guided tours of the newly renovated building that is convenient to SEPTA’s Route 14 bus, SEPTA’s Trevose Station, I-95, the PA Turnpike and Route 1. A multi-industry job fair will begin at 10:30 a.m.
PA CareerLink Bucks County’s newly relocated facility will host workshops, job fairs and events, and serve as the “go-to” place for all things related to job search, training and business engagement in Bucks County.
The career center features cost-free services and dedicated workforce professionals who connect job seekers with training and education opportunities, apprenticeships, paid work experiences, career counseling, job placement assistance, and help to navigate career pathways leading to family-sustaining wages.
The Business Services Team works directly with employers that want to recruit new hires through postings and events, and up-skill and retain current employees.
At the event will be: Jennifer Berrier – secretary of the PA Department of Labor & Industry; Robert Harvie – Bucks County commissioner; James Horan – chair, Bucks County Workforce Development Board; Billie Barnes – executive director, Workforce and Economic Development, County of Bucks; Cameron Burrell – PA CareerLink Bucks County’s One-Stop operator; and Stephanie Cohn Schaeffer – president, Bucks County Technology Park.
For information, visit BucksCounty.gov/PACareerLink, call 267-580-3501 or e-mail email@example.com.