Construction/Building trade jobs hiring and training events begin this week to fill immediate openings in palm beach county

PALM BEACH COUNTY — Palm Beach County residents can meet with area employers with immediate job openings to fill as well as training providers to get started on a high-demand, high-paying job in construction/building trades. Participants can also find out how to qualify for training scholarships to learn or upgrade job skills. These events are jointly hosted by CareerSource Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County government, the School District of Palm Beach County, and the Palm Beach County League of Cities.

What:
Employers will be interviewing candidates and hiring onsite to fill hundreds of immediate construction/building trade job openings in Palm Beach County. Attendees can also meet with job training providers to learn or upgrade skills. These events are open to all Palm Beach County residents and there is no charge to attend. Construction/building trade jobs are in high demand – job growth in Palm Beach County soared 10.1 percent over the year and Florida added the most construction jobs of any state during that time!

When/Where:
April 12 – 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
North Tech, 7071 Garden Rd., Riviera Beach

April 13 — 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
West Tech, 3805 NW 16th St., Belle Glade

April 26 – 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
South Tech, 1300 SW 30th Ave., Boynton Beach

About CareerSource Palm Beach County:
CareerSource Palm Beach County is the non-profit organization chartered by the state to lead workforce development in Palm Beach County. During the past two program years, CareerSource assisted nearly 45,000 residents find employment ranging from entry level to executive suite, with salaries from these jobs creating $860 million in annual average wages.  More information is available at: www.careersourcepbc.com.

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