During September — Workforce Development Month — the Loudoun Workforce Resource Center will feature special virtual and in-person events at no cost for job seekers and people who are considering changing careers.
“Our annual celebration of September as Workforce Development Month will be a hybrid of virtual and in-person seminars for anyone looking for new employment or career advancement,” said Loudoun County Workforce Program Manager Shelly Rodriguez. “These events cover a variety of topics, including career development skills, navigating remote work and transportation and commuting.”
The in-person events will take place at the Workforce Resource Center at 705 E. Market Street, Suite E in Leesburg and at several Loudoun County Public Library branches.
Visit loudoun.gov/workforcemonth for detailed information about each event and how to register. Events will include:
Coffee & Career Chat
How to Job Search for Remote Work
Let’s Go to Work! (Two sessions)
Resumes and Cover Letters: Make Yours Stand Out (Three sessions)
10 Crucial Steps for Success in IT
Top 10 Reasons You Didn’t Get Hired
Virtual Job Fair
LinkedIn Profile Headshot Photography (by appointment only – two sessions)
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
Where’s the Remote Work in Northern Virginia?
Avoiding Remote Work Scams
Your Transition Mindset
Anyone who requires a reasonable accommodation to participate in Workforce Development Month events may contact the Workforce Resource Center at 703-777-0150. Three business days’ notice is requested.
The Loudoun Workforce Resource Center provides no-cost resources and equipment to job seekers and businesses to help them achieve their employment goals. More information about the center can be found at loudoun.gov/wrc or by visiting the center located at 705 E. Market Street, Suite E in Leesburg.
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