COA Youth & Family Centers holds job resource fair
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WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- COA Youth & Family Centers held a job resource fair Wednesday, Dec. 15.
The public was welcome to apply for more than 300 available jobs, with more than 20 employers.
Organizers say the employers all pay livable wages. They say the jobs range from child care to health care.
"You can expect to find an array of employers, so you know, if your heart is in child care we have COA Youth & Family Centers, if it's in medical, we have the Medical College of Wisconsin, you know, if you're looking to help people move their health forward we have Outpost now," said Nicole Thompson, director of programs at COA Youth & Family Centers.
While Wednesday was the only day of the COA job fair, organizers say they are looking to do it again if needed.