Fulton County’s Mobile Career Center Comes To Roswell Tuesday

Kathleen Sturgeon

ROSWELL, GA — Fulton County residents looking for help to find successful employment will have a new and innovative way to access career support services when Fulton County’s Mobile Career Center bus rolls into Roswell, starting Tuesday.

The Mobile Career Center is a service of WorkSource Fulton, which serves more than 10,000 Fulton County residents each year, providing job training, career advisement, and job search support in an effort to connect job seekers with in-demand careers. WorkSource staff will be providing help with resumes and interview skills, as well as providing guidance to help residents in their job search at the following locations/on the following dates, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.

Dates

Location

Tuesday, Nov. 17
Wednesday, Dec. 2

City Hall
38 Hill Street
Roswell, GA 30075

Thursday, Nov. 19
Wednesday, Dec. 9

East Roswell Park
9000 Fouts Road
Roswell, GA 30076

Tuesday, Dec. 15

Hembree Park
850 Hembree Road
Roswell, GA 30076

The Mobile Career Center provides virtual service offerings that are typically offered from Fulton County’s two physical One-Stop Career Centers. While both One-Stop Centers are closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, WorkSource Fulton can provide these same services on-site by utilizing the Mobile Career Center to meet Fulton residents in their communities and provide the same level of access to career services and support.

The Mobile Career Center offers Wi-Fi, computer stations, and printing capabilities to provide workforce services remotely, and in adherence with social distance guidelines to protect both Fulton County residents and workforce staff. The Mobile Career Center can be used to assist unemployed or underemployed individuals who may have been impacted by COVID-19 to return to the labor force and provide services and programs that may have been inaccessible due to closures.

For more information, visit ATLWorks.org or contact Workforce Division Manager Brett Lacy at brett.lacy@fultoncountyga.gov.

This article originally appeared on the Roswell Patch