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Gloucester Social Services opens career center to help job seekers

Gloucester Social Services has a new service available to the community to help employers, workers and job seekers with career services.

Gloucester Social Services has partnered with Virginia Career Works-Greater Peninsula Region in Hampton to create the Community Outreach Site, which opened up last fall.

Trained individuals at Gloucester Social Services are qualified to assist job seekers with job applications, building resumes, creating cover letters, navigating the state job bank and anything else job related. They also offer help with using computers, fax machines and printers.

“We’re here to help,” said Michaela Preyer, Benefit Program Specialist at Gloucester Social Services.

Gloucester Social Services is one of 30 Community Outreach Sites in Virginia. “We’re so happy and honored that Gloucester came aboard,” said Lisa Taylor, Community Relations Coordinator at the Hampton Center of Virginia Career Works.

“All the services are free to job seekers and businesses,” Taylor said...

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