Just an update/reminder that Operation Welcome Home will be hosting Teletech (phone inquiry fielding center for Bank of America) for open interviews on Thurs, 14 Jul from 12pm – 3pm.
We’ve had a great time meeting and learning about TeleTech and, if someone is not adverse to working inside, wearing what you want to work, earning a STARTING wage of $12.25/hr with the potential for upward mobility then this is a great opportunity.
Sheets will host open interviews Wednesday, May 4th, in and around Morgantown to fill 40 positions. Interviewees should fill out applications online and are encouraged to bring a resume. For application, to to sheets.com/jobopening/job_openings.jsp.
Stores holding interviews are: 2151 University Ave., Suite 220; 1012 University Ave.; 3522 Monongahela Blvd.; One Chaplin Hill road; 900 Chestnut Ridge Road. Sheets is dedicated to staying ahead of the curve with employee benefits and wages, offering flexible schedules, opportunities for advancement, adoption assistance, wellness/gym reimbursement, bonuses, vacation time with an all expense paid vacation every 5 year anniversary they celebrate with the company.
West Virginia University has extended a VERY gracious opportunity for ALL VETERANS who associate themselves with Operation Welcome Home. BOTTOM LINE: even if you DON’T have college funds, GI Bill, Post 9/11, etc. WVU is offering to scholarship you through … Continue reading →
Operation Welcome Home and the VA Mobile Vet Center will be on site at Triple S Harley-Davidson on Thurs, 22 Oct from 11am-2pm for Veteran Suicide Awareness and to field any other Veteran-related questions you may have. You can schedule an individual appt ahead of time by contacting Jesse at (304) 291-4303.
Hope you can make it out and see us and maybe even shop for some cool riding gear while you’re at it. Don’t forget, The Greene Turtle is open now too so that’s prime time to grab some grub and check your Veteran Benefits at the center!
Flier is attached and I ask that you please share this information with your friends and colleagues that may find it useful or know someone who may. Thanks for your continued support of Operation Welcome Home as we, alongside our partners, strive to provide our Veterans with the best services possible.
P.S. As a side note, the 22nd was not a date chosen arbitrarily. That is the average number of our Nations Veterans who take their own lives each day. Hence, the Mobile Vet Center makes a showing at different venues on that date each month so we never lose sight.
Please join with us in spirit on Morgantown’s fourth Gene Vance Jr. Day for a moment of silence on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 11 a.m. honoring the legacy of the new American warrior, remembering the fallen and supporting the wounded.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the WVU Erickson Alumni Center
The goal of the job fair is to merge qualified job seekers with employment opportunities to build a competent and inclusive workforce.
The job fair is open to any job seeker, however an emphasis will be placed on recruiting job seekers with disabilities.
The fair will feature a resource room, where local agencies will give information on the disability services they offer. Individual interview rooms will be available so that job seekers and employers can conduct on-site interviews. Interpreters for the deaf and programs in Braille will both be available.