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The Kentucky Career Center - Cumberlands will host its first-ever Virtual Job Fair on August 20, 2020, from 10 am - 2 pm Eastern time. There is no fee or obligation, just an opportunity to meet — virtually — with regional businesses in need of employees. Job seekers can visit a special page on our website with virtual “booths” set up to promote businesses with hiring needs.

While a virtual job fair will be a different experience from a traditional fair, we will strive for the same momentum and excitement generated by a single day, concentrated employment gathering. We want to get job seekers engaging with employers, just like at a traditional job fair. Businesses will be displayed on a single gallery — a long scroll page (think Pinterest or Facebook). All 'booths' will be similar in size and visual design. It is up to a visitor to engage with an employer (just like a traditional fair), but through a phone call, website visit, email, or possibly a Zoom meeting.

How will it work?

On the day and time of the fair, the registration form on the webpage page will be turned on. Job seekers will need to sign in to access the gallery, where, like at a traditional fair, visitors can peruse the various booths at their leisure. It will be the responsibility of the employers to be available to receive calls (if a phone number is provided). At the end of the job fair, this page will be turned off.

This is a first for us, and details are still being worked out, but we feel confident this virtual job fair will be a much-needed tool for both employers and potential employees during these unprecedented times.

To attend the VJF, visit the link below on August 20 and register.

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The Kentucky Career Center - Cumberlands will cohost a Drive-Thru Job Fair on August 20, 2020, from 11am - 1pm Eastern Time at our Campbellsville location: 1311 East Broadway Street, Campbellsville, KY

Employers include Campbellsville Apparel, Cox Interior, Frost Arnett, Ingersoll Rand, Murakami, and Wholesale Hardware. Drive up, stay in your car, and get complete hiring requirements.

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The Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center staff is working with employers looking for talent due to surges experienced with COVID-19. Our team is working with Kentucky's Workforce and Education Cabinet and Career Centers across the state to identify talent currently experiencing job loss due to COVID-19.

Click the link below to see Who’s Hiring! The list of job openings is large and updated frequently. Also, if you are an employer needing a workforce, you can add your company to this listing.

There is also a list of 'Fair Chance' employers looking for employees.

This effort is a public service and of no costs to the employer or citizens of Kentucky.

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Team Kentucky has partnered with a number of companies across the state to deploy Contact Tracers, Social Support Connectors, and Disease Investigators related to COVID-19. To learn more about these positions and the vendors who are hiring, download this document:

Job summary and qualifications for these positions are available in the first three links of the document.

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Job Corps is the largest nationwide residential career training program and has been in operation since 1964. The program helps eligible, low-income young people ages 16 through 24 complete their high school education, earn a driver’s license, and receive hands-on career training at their own pace. Job Corps also offers tuition-free housing, meals, basic health care, a living allowance, and career transition services.

Job Corps has a center in Pine Knot, Kentucky. To learn more about Kentucky Job Corps download this Information Packet PDF: or, visit the Pine Knot Job Corps Center website at:

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