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ADOL holds grand opening for Centre Career Center

The Alabama Department of Labor / Alabama Career Center System (ACCS) is proud to announce the grand opening of the Centre Career Center on Tuesday, March 24 at 10:00 a.m. The new center is located at the Cherokee County Public Library at 310 Mary Street in Centre. The center will be open Tuesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The opening of the Centre Career Center brings the ACCS total to 51 centers throughout the state.

Services available at the Career Center include: résumé assistance, interview preparation, job search assistance, educational and vocational assistance, and much more.  For employers, the Center offers employee pre-screening, free job postings, and assistance in obtaining tax credits. Career Center services are always free to employers and jobseekers.

“We’re excited to bring the Alabama Career Center System to Cherokee County! Our goal is to serve as many Alabamians as we can, and this addition in Northeast Alabama gets us another step closer to our goal,” said Fitzgerald Washington, Secretary of the Alabama Department of Labor.


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