Crossroads Jobs helps area residents to find jobs to earn living wages in Loudoun County. The only free job placement service of its type in the County, Crossroads offers a comprehensive process—from orientation to placement—with resume and interviewing workshops, job search services, and interview coordination with candidate and employer follow-ups. Check out this flyer for upcoming orientation dates. Some of the sessions are held in the chapel at Arcola UMC where the Pantry is located. You can get more information about Crossroads here.
Computer CORE visits the Pantry to share information with our guests about their classes on basic computer skills. Adults over 18 can learn Microsoft Office 2010 as well as skills to find job openings online and write resumes and cover letters. Classes meet twice per week for three hours each from February to June (~20 weeks) at Herndon UMC, at Connections for Hope in Herndon, at INMED in Sterling, and in five other locations in Fairfax County. Check out this flyer for information about upcoming sessions. Visit Computer CORE online at: www.computercore.org.