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  1. Scott County Hiring Event

    January 18, 2018, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Scott County Workforce Development Center

    Looking for a job in the Scott County area? Don’t miss out on this opportunity to meet directly with employers – come to Thursday’s hiring event (10 AM – 12 noon) at the Scott County Workforce Development Center. Bethesda (Victoria) - Caregivers. Doherty (Bloomington, Chanhassen, Chaska, Eden Prairie & Shakopee) - Supervisors, Line Leads, Scheduling Clerk & Ink Technicians at $13.00—$24.00 an hour depending on qualifications. Medical Machine Operators, Assemblers, Medical Packaging Technicians, Materials Handlers, Shipping/Receiving Coordinators, Warehouse Associates, Setup Technicians, Medical Assembly & Blow Mold Operators. Legendary Baking (Chaska) - Production/Packaging Line Workers—1st, 2nd & 3rd shift, Food Batching/Mixing Operator—1st & 2nd shift & Maintenance Mechanic—2nd shift. New Horizon Academy (Twin Cities Metro) - Teachers, Teachers Assistants & Teachers... ... and many more!

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  2. Family to Family: Does your loved one live with a mental illness?

    January 18, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Glendale United Methodist

    Family-to-family is a free 12-week class for family members and friends of individuals with a serious mental health illness, taught by trained family members. Families will gain insight and information to empower and support themselves and their loved one. Participants will learn current information on major mental illnesses, medications, and their side effects; build empathy, coping skills, problem-solving, and communication techniques; and understand how to locate support and services in the community.

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