Monday April 11, 2016 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Colorado Senator John Kefalas will meet with jobZology and Qualfon in Fort Collins on April 22 to talk about the two companies’ new partnership and how they can help middle skill workers.
The free event will be held from 3-5 p.m. at Qualfon Fort Collins, 4401 Innovation Drive.
Kefalas will talk with executives of each company to learn more about how a large employer and a small software company are partnering together to help middle skill workers find their pathway to a better life through opportunities and resources
"I'm excited to learn more about jobZology and how they connect middle skills jobs with the right candidates, which are very much in demand across the state,” Kefalas said
Kefalas will meet with the employer Qualfon (new owner of Center Partners call center) and jobZology, a local startup featuring software that’s touted as “The Science Behind Education and Careers That Fit.”
jobZology said the meet-and-greet is open to the public and will feature a brief chat about how partnerships like these can help people re-enter the workforce, guide them into the right position and give them resources and tools to help make their lives better.
For more information, contact Eric Leftwich, jobZology co-founder and business development officer, at 970.222.7636 or email [email protected].