First impressions make a huge impact on a person’s overall judgment of you during a job interview. When you meet a potential employer, they automatically create an opinion of you. According to Kim Zoller, of Read More
Racine Unified School District freshmen from Case, Horlick, Park, Walden and The R.E.A.L. School had the opportunity recently to engage with more than 50 local employers during the SEE Your Future Expo. The expo, held Read More
Funds will allow expansion of Vivitrol treatment program The Racine County Human Services Department has received two grants totaling $165,000 to help treat residents battling opioid addiction. The grant funding, from the Wisconsin Department of Read More
For many, the key to finding and keeping employment is being able to drive themselves to work. The City of Racine Municipal Court will hold a driver’s license recovery day, Nov. 29, 1 p.m. to Read More
Experts say that medications stored in homes or thrown in the trash make them accessible for abuse and accidental poisoning. Flushed medications can accumulate in the municipal environmental systems and in water supplies where treatment Read More
Gateway Technical College will hold an official groundbreaking for the expansion of its SC Johnson integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Center on Monday. The expansion will help meet the educational training needs of Wisconn Valley Read More
Racine County workforce development organizations will be the recipient of $700,000 in Wisconsin Fast Forward funds to assist in worker training. Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave, Racine Mayor Cory Mason and Department of Workforce Development Read More
Milwaukee VA takes its town hall on road Thursday to Union Grove. The Milwaukee Veterans Affairs Medical Center, which oversees the Union Grove Clinic, will hold a town hall, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The Read More
The Junior League of Racine each year contributes money to the community through the Special Aids Grant Program. These allocated funds relate to the Junior League’s mission and vision to invest in programs that enhance Read More
There is good news for anyone looking to lock down their credit to protect their identities. Starting today, a new federal law makes all credit freezes free and extends fraud alerts from 90 days to Read More
Monday, Sept. 10, is the deadline to sign up this year to be a Schools of Hope volunteer tutor. When kids can read, they succeed. Schools of Hope strives to help students become more confident, Read More
The purchase and installation of a new citizen engagement mobile device application for the City of Racine was approved Tuesday evening by the city council. Based on a recommendation from the city’s management information systems Read More
Frontida Assisted Living – Onsite recruitment – Wed., Sept.. 5, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Workforce Solutions, Racine. Hiring Caregivers & CNAs.
Halpin Staffing Services – Onsite Recruitment – Tues., Aug. 28th, 9 to 11 am at Workforce Solutions, Racine. Too many positions to list – see flyer for positions available.
Most job fairs don’t come with burgers and hot dogs and a DJ pumping up the crowd. Maybe they should. Friday’s job fair at Knapp Elementary School, presented by Racine County, was the first of Read More