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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
3 days ago
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Have employers contacted you?

Are you not hearing back after you've applied?

Perhaps your resume is missing something VERY important!

Check out the tips in this article to find out if your resume has what it takes to reach employers.

#backtoworkri #jobsearch

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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
1 day ago
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Good morning!!!

Does anyone else feel that we just jumped right into fall?! I’ve lived in New England my whole life and it’s STILL a shock when the days grow shorter and I need to put on my coat to go outside.

My dad however always says, “If you don’t like the weather in RI...just wait five minutes.” 😆

Hope everyone is having a great day!

#backtoworkri

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Back to Work RI
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2 days ago
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Rhode Island Makers Training Program (Welding)

Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future is recruiting candidates for the Rhode Island Makers Training Program.

The Rhode Island Makers Training Program is currently seeking candidates for a 5-week welding training program that will take place in a state-of-the-art training facility in East Providence, RI (UA Local 51). Candidates will participate in a 40-hour work readiness boot camp to prepare them for the rigor of the program before beginning the 100+ hour welding training where candidates will learn new skills including the use and care of tools, OSHA 10, safety in the workplace, basic welding theory, equipment training, basic math, and practical application. This training, coupled with the work readiness boot camp will prepare candidates for a variety of hands-on careers throughout Rhode Island.

No previous welding experience is necessary!

Start Date: October 5, 2020

Time: Mon-Fri. 8-4pm for 5 weeks

Where: Riverside, RI for hands-on; possibility of virtual learning

Click here to learn more or to apply!

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Rachel Menard
7 days ago
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Start a career in a manufacturing!

We Make RI has ongoing, open enrollment for our I Am Manufacturing training. Our FREE training program is open to all Rhode Islanders 18+ with no prior experience required. Become a production technician in 4 weeks or learn CNC programming in 12. We have a 100% hire rate for our graduates with top manufacturers in the state. For more information, visit our website at https://wemakeri.com/apply/

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6 days ago
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Paid Virtual Training with Salesforce

Salesforce and Skills for Rhode Island’s Future are recruiting Rhode Island candidates for a PAID ($25/hour) virtual training program which begins Sept. 28, 2020. There are two tracks available: business development trainee or solutions engineer trainee.

Apply today!

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3 days ago
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Electric Boat is Now Hiring!

Have you ever wanted to build a submarine? Electric Boat currently has hundreds of open positions in their Quonset Point facility in North Kingstown, with the largest need being in welders and shipfitters. Check out all of their open positions here!

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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
6 days ago
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Top 3 interview questions answered!

Worried about what someone might ask you during your next interview?

Check out the top three commonly asked (and toughest) interview questions, and how to answer them like a pro here!

What do YOU think is the toughest interview question?

#interview #backtoworkri

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Back to Work RI
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2 days ago
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Behavioral Health Specialist Training Program

The Behavioral Health Specialist Training Program provide high quality, no cost training to individuals looking to enter the field of mental health care.

Offered by Bradley Hospital in collaboration with Lifespan and Rhode Island College, this opportunity provides training, valuable nationally recognized certifications, internships, and ultimately jobs to qualified and committed individuals.

The next training session is set to begin in October 2020 and a second training session is scheduled for January 2021. The program is particularly interested in recruiting individuals who have a desire to work with children and adolescents and have been displaced from their jobs by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sign up for a Zoom information session to learn about this program!

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6 days ago
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NEW: Dental Assistant Training

CCRI is offering a new Dental Assistant program! This entry-level (non-CDA) program prepares students to work within Rhode Island as a dental assistant and will qualify students to sit for two out of the three DANB certification examinations. This program is a 13-week full-time program and includes an externship.

The course will be a hybrid of online virtual classes with in-person skills and clinical training. Students will need a computer and secure internet connection as Zoom will be used for the online lecture.

For more information, or to apply, please visit CCRI's website.

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Jeanette Abad
3 days ago
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Monday morning musings -- how to get started with #backtoworkri

Good morning, Rhode Islanders!

Just wanted to give a Monday morning shout-out – my name is Jeanette and I’ve been with Jobcase for almost seven years. In that time, I’ve learned a lot about the different journeys people take in their work-life.

One of the most important things I’ve learned is that it’s hard to find work if your basic needs aren’t being met. For that reason, I want to make sure you know about the resources available to help you stay on your feet while you look for that next work opportunity. This link takes you to Jobcase’ Rhode Island unemployment resource page: https://www.jobcase.com/ru/unemployment-benefits-rhode-island. If you’re in a position right now where you need this type of help, it’s a good place to start.

It’s not the only resource, though. As part of this group, you can ask our Jobcase Community Experts and other Rhode Islanders what resources they know of or have used, now or in the past. It might be advice and encouragement if you’re having trouble navigating the unemployment claim process. It might be the hours and location of a local food bank. It might be the how to contact your state representative: http://www.rilin.state.ri.us/representatives/default.aspx

In short, help yourself by helping yourself – portraying your confidence, skills, reliability, and professionalism to your next employer is easier when you and your family’s basic needs are taken care of. This Jobcase family is not just here to help you find that next job. We’re here to provide a platform where you can learn from the knowledge, successes, and even tribulations of others just like you. You got this! #wordsofadvice #motivation #backtoworkri

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