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  • Making Diversity Work

    On Thursday May 14th, WorkOne partnered with the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce, INBLN (Indiana Business Leaders Network) and the Disability Employment Initiative to host an audience of over 100 people representing local employers for "Making Diversity Work".  Our guest speakers were Ted Childs, formerly of IBM Human Resources and Deb Dagit former Diversity Officer of Merck & Co.  Ted and Deb provided great insights from their careers as champions of the benefits of a diverse workforce.  In...


  • Spring 2015 JAG Activities

    As the school year winds down, our JAG students have continued to be busy supporting their communities. Clay County Veteran's Picnic: In Brazil, the JAG Students from Northview and Cumberland Academy hosted a free picnic for Clay County Veterans. http://www.mywabashvalley.com/story/d/story/clay-county-veterans-picnic/42742/lP6JaUqKgESSxh3vn_GnJQ    Click here to view additional pictures from the event.   Shake it Off: In Vigo County, Terre Haute North JAG Students participated in Hamilton Center's...


2015 Job Fair

Attention Employers and Job Seekers!

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Whether you need to fill one position or quickly expand your workforce, partner with WorkOne Western Indiana to get convenient access to thousands of job seekers, plus candidate screening, job fairs, and other recruiting services.

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Job Seekers


Looking for a new Job or Career? WorkOne Western Indiana serves job seekers at all stages of their career

Whether looking for your first job, considering an employment change, or developing your career plan, WorkOne can be your source for information, referrals, and other services.  All of these services are free of charge and confidentiality is assured.

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As they prepare to enter the workforce, young adults from ages 14 to 21 can take advantage of WorkOne Services.

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