Are you an employer looking to recruit a skilled, industry-certified workforce to grow your business? The West Virginia Department of Education and the West Virginia Development Office’s Apprenticeship In Motion (AIM) Initiative is hosting a series of Reverse Job Fairs at Career Technical Education (CTE) Centers across the Mountain State.
The Reverse Job Fair is a spin on the traditional job fair where CTE Simulated Workplace students will setup industry specific program booths to showcase their technical skills, portfolios, and talents to employers who are looking to hire skilled workers. Join us for the opportunity to engage with senior CTE students and learn more about the high-quality technical education programs and training with specialized equipment students receive to meet your business needs.
Who should attend?
- Small business owners
- Senior business leaders
- Company representatives
- Human Resources executives
Date And Time
Fri, April 26, 2019
12:30 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
Mid-Ohio Valley Technical Institute
2134 N Pleasants Hwy
St Marys, WV 26170
Each April, the 1968 Fair Housing Act is commemorated as Fair Housing Month by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) . This important law prohibits housing discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and family status.
The City of Parkersburg is proud to join HUD in celebrating the 51st anniversary of the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
Winter blues got you feeling down? Start planning your home renovation projects now! All area homeowners and potential home-buyers will have the opportunity to examine a wide range of products and services during the show, which runs from Friday February, 8th through Sunday February, 10th. This years event will be located at the former Sears building in the Grand Central Mall.
The City of Parkersburg Development Department will be set-up at booth #90 so make sure to stop by and say hi! Staff will be sharing information about several of the City’s safe and affordable housing programs including the Down Payment Assistance Assistance Program and Minor Home Repair Program.
We at the Parkersburg Police Department would like to alert the public that we are currently investigating numerous bomb threats being delivered via email to area businesses. Though we must investigate each as though they are a credible threat, we believe this to be part of a larger incident that is happening across the nation today where bomb threats have been delivered via email to businesses and local government offices in Colorado, New Jersey, Ohio and various other states across the United States. Our investigators have analyzed the email and believe it to be a phishing scam often originating outside the United States in which the sender is attempting to induce panic and obtain funds from the threatened business. We will coordinate with our Federal Law Enforcement partners to expand the investigation until it is determined who the person or person(s) involved are.
December 13, 2018
Parkersburg Police Website Link for reporting anonymous tips:
Starting Monday November 5th, Neal St., at the intersection of Neal and Rt. 95 near Speedway, will be closed due to street repair/rebuild. The repairs are expected to be completed by November 12th and Neal St. will be re-opened.