Heldrich Center’s New Start Career Network featured in The Daily Targum

September 13, 2022

The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development has provided assistance in finding employment to more than 6,000 state residents by providing job training, networking and guidance in creating a resume.

“Older Americans are more likely to find themselves among the long-term unemployed, and there are very limited remedies in this country to deal with these issues,” said Carl Van Horn, founder of the Center. “The longer you are unemployed, the more stigma is attached.”

The Daily Targum 9/9/22

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