Thursday, December 20, 2012
The next event will be held Monday, Feb. 11 at Roswell United Methodist Church.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
More than 275 job seekers and volunteers took part in a "Mini Job Fair" on Dec. 10 that was a joint effort by Roswell United Methodist Church and the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce. Almost 500 different job opportunities offered by 19 different employers in the metro Atlanta area were discussed in the job networking event. Job seekers had one-on-one conversations with employers who sought to fill the open positions. This newly formed collaborative partnership was announced Nov. 27 at the chamber's monthly Eggs and Enterprise breakfast, with prospective employer representatives hearing a presentation given by Jay Litton, founder of the RUMC Job Networking program, and Katherine Simons, volunteer leader. “Never before has a …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
'Mini' Job Fair on Monday, Dec. 10 is the first event in which the Roswell United Methodist Church Job Networking Program and the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce are partnered.
A grassroots, volunteer job networking program is forming an alliance with a group of businesses to lower unemployment and help North Fulton job seekers find work. The Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the nationally-acclaimed Roswell United Methodist Church (RUMC) Job Networking Program, said chamber CEO Brandon Beach. In forming this strategic alliance, the chamber will work with the RUMC in its mission to lower unemployment and match job seekers to openings in North Fulton. The RUMC Job Networking Program – a grassroots, volunteer-led program – has a long history of success. RUMC Job Networking and its stellar lineup of sponsors, including Roswell Rotary, have been providing the resources and volunteers to help…
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Local residents can find out whether they meet Habitat for Humanity homeownership eligibility requirements.
The city of Roswell has partnered with an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity of North Central Georgia called North Georgia Community Housing Development Corporation to acquire approximately six homes for rehabilitation and resale to Habitat families. But in order to purchase the homes, families will need to meet certain eligibility requirements first. The organization will host a homeownership application meeting on Sunday, March 4. Some of the Habitat program eligibility requirements include: Income Guidelines Family Size Lower Income Limit Upper Income Limit 1 $12,150 $29,200 2 $13,875 $33,300 3 $15,600 $37,500 4 $17,325 $41,600 5 $18,725 $45,000 6 $20,100 $48,300 7 $21,500 $51,600 8 $22,875 $55,000 The meeting will take place Sunday, …