Thursday, February 19, 2015

Starting Your Own Business

Starting Your Own Business
Wed., March 11th, 2015 9:30 AM
Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center
Why not explore your dream of owning a small business? A representative from the New York State Small Business Development Center will discuss how to start your own business and become a small business owner. Plan to arrive early. Space is Limited. Must be pre-registered. Late arrivals not permitted. See a One-Stop counselor, or phone (631) 853-6600 to reserve your spot!

Job Fair March 5th

Dress for success! Bring your resumé, meet job recruiters and receive employment information. The Job Fair is presented by the Suffolk County Department of Labor’s One Stop Employment Center. It will be held at the Half Hollow Hills Library Dix Hills Building on Thursday, March 5th from 1-4 PM. Registration not required

Home Study Program for HSE/TASC (GED)

Home Study Program For HSE/TASC (HSA024)
Mon. March 2nd 4:30-8 PM
Station Community Room
Join us at the Huntington Public Library Station Branch to learn about a free, at-home study program for adults 21 and over, who would like to prepare for the HSE/TASC (formerly GED) exam, but are unable to attend classes on a regular basis. Certified instructors provide you with assignments to complete at home. Assignments are picked up at the library. Telephone assistance is also available. For information call (631) 667 - 6000 ext. 454. Registration ongoing. Open to all.

Jobs in Bloom at the Home Depot

Home Depot has started hiring 80,000 part-time and seasonal workers ahead of its busiest time of the year. Home Depot is hiring sales associates, cashiers and people to fill online orders. Openings are ideal for retirees and students looking for extra income, as well as veterans transitioning into civilian life. The jobs are part-time and seasonal, though the hours could count towards qualifying for benefits if temporary employees become full time. Home Depot said wages will vary depending on location and individual experience, but a spokesman said the company pays above the average retail rate and minimum wage. For more information visit the Home Depot website at

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