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Monday May 4th, 2015 2:07PM

Workforce development initiative coming to Cornelia, Toccoa

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - The Georgia Mountains On-the-Job Training Workforce Development Overview is coming to Cornelia and Toccoa.<br /> <br /> It will be in both cities April 15: at 11:00 in Toccoa at the Georgia Department of Labor Office at 37 Foreacre Street and at 2:00 in Cornelia at the labor department office at 215 Hodges Street.<br /> <br /> The Workforce Development helps eligible, unemployed adults obtain full-time permanent jobs by giving people a chance to learn new skills on the job - people who don't have the skills before beginning a job. <br /> <br /> Some assistance may include dependent care and transportation costs while transitioning into a new position. <br /> <br /> If you have questions or wish more information, you can contact Niki Duncan at 770-538-2727.
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