Williamsport – In celebration of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, PA CareerLink® and the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation are hosting a job fair on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Genetti Hotel on 200 West Fourth Street. At least 91 employers are currently…

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The first graduating class of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s physical therapist assistant major not only achieved a 100% first-attempt pass rate on the national certification exam for physical therapist assistants, but the graduates have subsequently achieved 100% employment in their c…

PennDOT District 3-0, which includes Bradford, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga and Union counties, will host a job fair and open house this Wednesday, Jan. 15. It's the second job fair/open house this month.

PennDOT District 2 is hosting a job fair this Friday, January 17. PennDOT staff will be on hand to help with on-line applications and attendees are encouraged to bring their resume.

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Summer is construction season, and PennDOT recruits hundreds of employees of varying ages and experience levels each year in their Summer Employment Program. This program is considered especially valuable to college students who may wish to gain experience which will help them with future em…

UPS has announced plans to create a new "super hub" in Harrisburg and three package sorting and distribution centers located in Carlisle, Lehigh Valley, and Philadelphia. The new facilities are expected to create over 1,700 new full-time equivalent jobs. This expansion is part of the company…

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GIANT and MARTIN'S stores and fulfillment centers will be hiring 3,000 new team members to meet increased demand for groceries as the COVID-19 crisis continues. The new hires will be in addition to the 4,000 temporary and part-time employees already added over the last month.

Carlisle, Pa. -- On Tuesday, The GIANT Company announced that it is seeking to fill 4,000 part- and full-time team member positions to meet the continuing demand for groceries both now and into the holiday season.

Williamsport, Pa. – Spherion Staffing Williamsport has announced that it has over 80 job positions open in Williamsport, mostly for light industrial jobs such as machine operation, packing, warehouse/distribution, and general assembly. There are also some openings for administrative professi…

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Wellsboro, Pa. – If you have some layabout maple trees on your property, the Pennsylvania Department of Natural Resources can help you coax them into earning their keep. This Friday, February 12, from noon to 12:45 p.m., Hills Creek State Park staff will present an online Backyard Sugaring program.

Montoursville, Pa. – PennDOT is now accepting applications from college students for seasonal work from May through August. Each year, PennDOT hires these student employees to supplement its permanent workforce. Oftentimes these temporary jobs lead to long-term employment.

Williamsport, Pa. – The Williamsport Crosscutters are looking for energetic, motivated individuals to fill dozens of part-time seasonal positions at Historic Bowman Field for the 2021 season.

Harrisburg, Pa. -Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding encouraged farmers to apply for funding to strengthen the long-term health and vitality of Pennsylvania's farms through the 2020-2021 Farm Vitality Grant Program. One of the largest programs in Governor Tom Wolf's Pennsylvania Farm Bill,…

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UPMC Williamsport has been granted Level II Trauma Center accreditation by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation (PTSF), recognizing a higher level of care and services provided in north central Pennsylvania. This accreditation went into effect on Sept. 1.

Although DCNR has assisted annually with suppression crews to help combat wildland fires in the western part of the country, for the first time the Bureau of Forestry provided an Incident Management Team to manage a wildfire in another state.

Pennsylvania College of Technology is known for its pre-health programs, but its Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program can fly under the radar. Penn College will offer EMT courses starting the week of Jan. 10 and running through early May.