Job Readiness Fair – Ingham, Eaton, Clinton County Residents

PDD – Job Readiness Fair Flyer

Please see the above Flyer for Peckham’s Job readiness fair!  Register by phone or email by February 20, 2019

$5 fee for people not employed at Peckham

Event is open to adults with developmental disabilities who receive services in Clinton, Eaton, or Ingham Counties.

Doors open at 8:30 am

Please come dressed for an interview as each person will participate in a mock interview and leave ready to apply for jobs.  Please see flyer for other things included in the sessions.

Application- print Transferable Skills-print

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