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 marketplace.

Workshops
Workshops
Microsoft Excel
Friday, January 19
8:30 AM-3:30 PM
Identifying Your Skills
Wednesday, January 24
2:00-3:30 PM
Career Exploration
Friday, January 26
2:00-3:30 PM
Organizing a Successful Job Search
Monday, January 29
8:30-10:00 AM
Resume Critique
Wednesday, January 31
1:30-3:00 PM

Workshops
Hiring Events
CDL Drivers - Keller Trucking
Keller Trucking of Ohio, with a base in northeast Indiana, is seeking experienced CDL drivers. Options also available for inexperienced drivers.
Monday, January 22
9:00-11:00 AM
Various Jobs - B&J Medical
B&J Medical in Kendallville is seeking a Swiss Lathe Operator and CNC Mill Operators. Candidates should have one year of experience or a certification.
Thursday, January 25
9:00 AM-1:00 PM
Various Jobs - Fort Wayne Metals
Fort Wayne Metals is seeking candidates for a number of positions, including utility operators, assemblers, spoolers, and wire drawers. Broad salary range: $11.67-$22.22 an hour. Apply online at www.fwmetals.com/people/join-our-team/job-openings-and-application/application/


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.
After successfully completing assessments, WorkOne Northeast gave me the financial support necessary to obtain my Commercial Driver’s License. I now own my own rig and I went from a $10-an-hour job to one paying $52,000 a year, allowing me to better support my family. Without WorkOne, I don’t know where I’d be.
Michael Eagans