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The money is used to help pay military families' bills or help with job referral services, Mr.
THOUSAND OAKS - Conejo Youth Employment Services, which provides free job referral services to teens, has expanded its hours.
One of the most exciting developments is a new job referral service launched earlier this year.
Belt is still associated with IREM and continues to conduct a job referral service that he started in 1975.
Significant benefits for HFMA include meeting identified needs, aiding member retention and attracting new members, and providing a national alternative for chapters without resources to conduct similar job referral services at the local level.
Deputy Commissioner Angie Kamath of the city's Department of Small Business Services reported that last year the city served more than 100,000 clients with workshops, skills training, recruitment, and job referral services.
Benefits of membership include monthly chapter meetings; an invaluable biennial Michigan conference; educational and networking opportunities; an accreditation, or APR, program; student development; a job referral service and more.
That's the advice of Ernestine Jones, co-director of the South Austin Job Referral Service, a nonprofit agency that finds jobs for 350 Austin residents of all ages with more than 200 companies each year.