ROSELLE—Roselle Mayor Jamel C. Holley and the Roselle Borough Council will host a job fair this month as part of the Roselle First initiative, the borough’s multi-faceted job readiness program.
The job fair is scheduled to take place April 24 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Roselle Borough Hall, 210 Chestnut Street.
“Creating meaningful and sustainable employment in the community is a top priority of my Administration and the Borough Council,” Holley said. “Connecting our residents with Roselle’s business sector by way of our Roselle First initiative is critical to achieving that goal.”
Launched by the Holley Administration last year, Roselle First provides a free platform for residents and business owners to connect for local job openings and potential contracting opportunities. This collaboration engages all local stakeholders to consider Roselle First when it comes to offering business opportunities.
Roselle First services include: the Roselle First Workforce Center; Job Readiness and Life Skills Training/Workshops; Occupational Training; Mature Worker Initiative; Veterans Workforce Initiative; Youth Training and Employment, Ex-Offenders Support, Municipal Project Preparation and Business Engagement.
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