HENDERSON — Turning Point CDC’s mobile learning lab will be on-site Thursday at the Kerr-Tar Workforce Development Board and NC Works regional job fair at the Warren County Recreation Complex from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The mobile learning lab will serve as a community resource for the career fair. The lab will be open to those looking for a job, to use the laptops on the bus to complete online applications or work on resumes. Printers will be available to print resumes.
“I encourage anyone who’s looking for a job to come out and attend; anyone who’s just looking to make [a] connection should come out,” said Kate Delahanty, Turning Point CDC’s community outreach coordinator.
Turning Point CDC is also hiring for two positions: an instructional assistant and a tutoring position. Both jobs are part-time. The organization prefers that applicants have a background in childcare or youth programming. Experience is preferred but not required for tutoring.
The mobile lab officially opened in May, and Turning Point uses it for various educational or community events.
The lab exists to create access to high-quality educational programs for youth and adults of Warren, Vance, Granville and Franklin counties. Some programs featured through it include career development courses for adults, coding for youth, and computer skills training.