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College Provides Temporary PA CareerLink Site During Relocation


Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Madigan Library will serve as an interimsite for essential PA CareerLink services while the agency finalizes its relocation to a new location in downtown Williamsport.

PA CareerLink staff will be available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday (June 22-24) in Room 102 of the library, where job-seekers will be able to use the computer lab to update resumes, access online job-search engines or prepare for the WorkKeys assessments. Identification of a temporary site was necessary while PA CareerLink completes its move to 329 Pine St. (formerly Susquehanna Bank), which opens at 9 a.m. Monday, June 27.

“Penn College is pleased to be able to provide temporary assistance to PA CareerLink in order to ensure that area job-seekers have access to the services they need during the relocation,” President Davie Jane Gilmour said.

Job-search services can be accessed online from any Internet connection; those visiting local libraries are reminded that a drivers’ license or library card may be required for Web access.

When the new location opens, job-seekers additionally will have access to the Natural Gas Employment Resource Area, a resource that will provide information on Marcellus Shale-related occupations, employers and tools to help potential applicants decide if and how they may enter this emerging industry.

Contact information for PA CareerLink Lycoming County before, during and after the transition is 570-601-5465.

PA CareerLink staff provides personalized assistance for individuals preparing for and locating employment opportunities through job-search resources, interactive job-preparation workshops and career assessments, including the ability to earn a national WorkKeys Career Readiness Certificate. A wide range of employment-related services to help any employers locate, recruit, screen and hire qualified candidates is available, including labor-market information; staff assistance to market job openings; job matching to identify qualified, skilled workers; and job-seeker screening.

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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