Developing tomorrow's talent today
The region's growing economy demands a workforce with a wide range of skills. Northeast Indiana Works strives to meet that need with innovative programs and customized services designed to align workforce skills with employer demands across 11 counties. Working with employers, other community partners and job-seekers, we are committed to the development and expansion of talent pipelines that will keep northeast Indiana companies and workers competitive in the 21st century global marketplace.

Computer Basics
Monday, October 24
12:30-3:30 PM
Identifying Your Skills
Tuesday, October 25
8:30-10:00 AM
Resume Development
Wednesday, October 26
1:30-3:00 PM
Career Exploration
Thursday, October 27
Healthy Living
Monday, October 31
10:00-11:30 AM

Hiring Events
Production Operators - TI Automotive
TI Automotive in Ossian will be interviewing people for production operator positions. All shifts. Starting salary: $11.33 an hour. After 18 months: $16.22 an hour.
Tuesday, October 25
10:00 AM-1:30 PM
Manufacturing Associates - United Technologies
United Technologies Electronic Controls (UTEC) in Huntington will be interviewing candidates for manufacturing positions. Salary: $12.55 an hour, plus overtime and shift differential.
Saturday, October 29
9:00 AM-Noon
Direct Support Professionals - Bethesda
Bethesda Lutheran Communities will be interviewing candidates for direct support professional positions. Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds, have a valid driver's license and a good driving record.
Saturday, October 29
9:00 AM-1:00 PM

Workone Northeast
WorkOne Northeast’s 11 career centers are at the heart of many of Northeast Indiana Works’ services. You can learn more about WorkOne Northeast here.
WorkOne Northeast gave me a chance to start over in a new career, even at my age. Through education and training, I’m learning an in-demand trade as a CNC machinist at Greatbatch Medical and making a living wage at the same time. Thank you WorkOne for giving me the chance to show the world that old dogs can learn new tricks.
Rebecca Miller