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Huntsville leaders help you prepare for new jobs

City leaders want to make sure you have the skills for the influx of job openings coming soon. (Source: MGN Online) City leaders want to make sure you have the skills for the influx of job openings coming soon. (Source: MGN Online)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

With the announcement of even more new jobs coming to Huntsville, city leaders want you to be prepared to hand in your resume. In the next few weeks, two career readiness seminars will be offered.

The seminars will offer tips on getting hired at Remington, Toyota, the Huntsville police department and now Science and Engineering Services LL (SES). The city says the plan is to help you improve employment options.

The sessions will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Dr. Richard Showers Recreation Center Community Room at 4600 Blue Springs Road.

July 29: “What it Takes”

Landing a Job at Remington; Ken Smiley, Project Manager at AIDT

FAME program (Toyota and Calhoun Community College partnership); Bethany Shockley, Dean, Division of Business/CIS, Technologies and Workplace Development

Applying for the 54th Huntsville Police Academy; Huntsville Police Department

August 5: “Taking Action”

Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills; Mike Fowler, Manager, Alabama Career Center

Hear more about these hiring events tonight at 10 on WAFF 48 News.

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