Job Brief Newsletter Workforce Solutions: Southeast Texas
May 2010: Vol1 Issue 4
 

Marilyn Smith

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– Marilyn Smith,
   Executive Director

Featured Board Member: Jim Rich
Our Vision - A world-class competitive workforce for Southeast Texas
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Who We Are
Workforce Solutions Southeast Texas evaluates and oversees the delivery of all workforce training and employment services in Hardin, Jefferson and Orange Counties. The board’s overall mission is to identify opportunities and create partnerships that effectively link employers and job seekers in order to improve the economic future of the area.

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Mapping Success through Workforce Intelligence
Which employers need what skills? What local employment and training options are the best fit for individual jobseekers? How can we determine skills mismatches and help create more jobseeker-to-job matches?
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Slow and Steady, Jobs are Returning to SETX
For the fourth consecutive month, employment has posted over-the-month gains from last year. In May, Labor Bureau statistics show the Beaumont-Port Arthur area benefited from 1,000 new hires. That makes for a total of 3,300 new job positions since January.
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Make a Difference with Summer Employment
The 2010 Summer Youth Employment Program began Monday, June 21. Approximately 200 youth started work in various businesses throughout Southeast Texas. Another, larger, group will start July 5, 2010. Jobs duties to be performed include office and clerical, child care...
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