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Posted on: July 14, 2014

Hays “job crawl” offers networking with educators and employers

North Central Kansas Technical College (NCK Tech) will host a “job crawl” on July 15 in Hays. Job seekers can network with educators and employers at the event to learn about training opportunities through the Workforce Aligned with Industry Demand (AID) project. Workforce AID participants in Hays can prepare for machinist and manufacturing careers through NCK Tech programs and meet with employers hiring in those fields.

The Workforce AID program is designed to help train workers in areas that businesses identify as critical. Employers drive the training process, outlining the skills and industry-recognized credentials their employees need for success. Businesses and potential employees connect at the beginning and throughout the training process, with opportunities for participants to meet employers and learn about job expectations and opportunities. Participants who successfully complete training are guaranteed an interview with employers.

The Hays “job crawl” will be held at NCK Tech in Hays from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m., Tuesday, July 15. The event is sponsored by Midwest Energy and CoBank.

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