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Human Services Network of Colorado

Everyone is hiring... so why aren't your clients working? Tips and Techniques for Finding Employment

  • 03/22/2024
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar
  • 39


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Are your clients feeling hopeless in their search for employment? Sometimes it seems like an endless task, searching for a job; and losing hope is the face in the mirror. Especially when you are justice-involved or lack the educational requirements.

During this webinar, we will discover proven methods to help build a solid plan, open up employment options, and develop partnerships to overcome these struggles and obstacles.


Discuss current and local employment resources and opportunities.

Identify and discuss ways to improve support for families in need.

Develop additional communication streams for up-to-date resources for adequate employment and compensation.

Help improve community relationships and partnership opportunities for employment, resources, hiring events, and recruitment fairs.


1. Where are the jobs and career opportunities?

  • Felony-friendly employment resources and opportunities.
  • No experience necessary employment opportunities (OTJT)
  • Non-GED or high school graduate

2. What about Apprenticeship Opportunities? How does an apprenticeship program work?

3. What are Career Training Programs? How does this program work to benefit job seekers?

4. Building a plan of resources and jobs based on the availability

  • Resource Centers and Workforce Development locations?
  • Develop expectations and review obstacles and barriers.
  • Improving warm introductions and follow-up techniques?
  • How do you develop an online strategy for job applications?
  • How much does that job pay?

Two Break-Out Sessions will build upon the topics above.

Eligible for a two-hour certificate of completion.

Presenter: Marsha Brown, CORE Inspirate LLC

Ms. Brown has a multifaceted career history that allows her to serve the community she lives in. She brings her sharpened skills and experience to help inspire and empower others. Ms. Brown has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Her career has moved from Customer Service Manager over accounts like The Detroit Zoological Institute to NA Manager for TransUnion LLC., overseeing relationships with homeowners and FEMA guidelines. Ms. Brown’s diverse career path and "lived experience" has allowed her to build a wealth of knowledge- focusing on; advocacy for resilience, job creation; and enhancing self-sufficiency programs. Ms. Brown teaches others how to maximize best practices, advocacy, financial health, and home ownership. She served as a Commissioner for the DHA Board, is an Alumni of Warren Village Transitional Housing and a seasoned Storyteller for the Close to Home Campaign to end homelessness.

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