Seminars focus on job, technology skills
HUNTINGTON -- A series of seminars focused on increasing employment opportunities for local residents wrapped up Thursday afternoon at the Cabell County Library.
The seminars were hosted by The Community Connection Foundation in partnership with the West Virginia Library Commission.
Four seminars took place Wednesday and Thursday at the library, where participants learned about job interview skills, resume writing, using the internet as an information and research tool, and website design.
The Community Connect Foundation is a West Virginia-based organization that was founded to promote community development and sustainability through the use and adoption of technologies.
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