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ABAC to offer free job coaching

By Len Kiese - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Upper level workers who got the ax during this recession can now get some free help to get back in the workforce.

Out of work managers, supervisors and executives can attend a workshop at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton.

It will help them adjust to change, determine if they need to change careers, improve resumes and practice interview techniques.

"We realize that here in the county, several folks have been displaced. A reduction in workforce has occurred and there are several managers and supervisors looking for work. ABAC is a great place for them to come and get the resources," said Michelle Reddick with ABAC.

The next job coaching session will be held June 23rd through the 26th. Sessions will also be held in July and August. They're limited to 20 people.

For more information call Starling Bussey with the Georgia Department of Labor at 391-6950 or Diane Kilgore at 391-5070. 

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