Summer 2022

One Hall works with local partners to to create and share
community resources so that Hall County residents can access
pathways out of poverty. We encourage you to share this email with
those who are looking for jobs and/or job training in
the Gainesville/Hall County community.


Chamber of Commerce

Job Fair!

September 8, 2022

10:00am - 2:00pm

Gainesville Civic Center

830 Green Street

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Gainesville-Hall County Job Lists and Resources
Click here for City of Gainesville job opportunities:
Click here for Hall County job opportunities
Click here for Gainesville City Schools job opportunities
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Employ Georgia is a secure, web-based system used to connect job seekers with job openings.

Within Employ Georgia, Job Seekers can:
  • view job postings based on specific search criteria, including ones recommended for you based on your skills and experience
  • save job searches and schedule daily or weekly email notices of new jobs matching your search criteria
  • control the information an employer can see about you and how you want to be contacted
  • research careers
  • research information about employers and training opportunities

Additionally, Employ Georgia may match you to jobs you have the skills for, but for which you may not have considered applying. Employ Georgia Focus/Career Explorer uses artificial intelligence to match your skills to jobs and rank them with 1 to 5 stars, showing how well you qualify for a position.

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to providing resources to match employer job openings with stellar employees. We understand the importance of attracting and retaining qualified employees, and offer member businesses several unique partnerships and opportunities to help find and keep the best employees. 

Click here for Chamber Jobs List
Click here for LOCAL job search websites!
Click here for LOCAL employment agencies & services!
Career Connector allows you to register online and access Georgia’s job search resources from anywhere. Explore on your own or set up a time for a Career Connector overview at our career centers. We also invite you to check back soon for new features. Our team will continuously add new jobs and will roll out new features including the ability to chat with a career coach, obtain new training to support your job search and enjoy other customized resources.
Career Center Schedule - Click Here!
Goodwill Jobs - Click Here!
Older Adults: Legacy Link

Legacy Link's Senior Community Service Employment Program, known as the SCSEP, has a dual purpose: to provide useful part-time community service assignments for persons with low incomes who are 55 years old or older, while promoting transition to unsubsidized employment.

What are the eligibility criteria?

Eligibility criteria are based on age, income and place of residence. The applicant must be 55 years of age or older. The family income must be at 125% of poverty or below. A disabled person may be treated as a “family of one” for income eligibility purposes. The older person, upon initial enrollment, must reside in the state of Georgia.

Senior Community Service Employment Program -CLICK HERE
Adults with Barriers:
Georgia Vocational
Rehabilitation Agency
The Vocational Rehabilitation wing of GVRA helps people with disabilities find and maintain employment. As every individual person is different, so too are the services we offer. Some people may just need hearing aid while others may need help going to college while others may assistive technology like screen readers or text magnifiers while others still might need additional training.
So if you have a disability and want to work or need our services to keep the job that you have, please contact our Customer Care unit, and they'll be able to redirect to the appropriate office and answer any questions that you have. Or, if you want to contact an office specifically or find the office closest to you, you can click here

Gainesville office: 770-535-5468

Job Training Resources
WorkSource: One Stop Shop
WorkSource Georgia Mountains is designed to assist youth, adult, and displaced workers as they seek employment and training in Georgia. WorkSource Georgia Mountains administers the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program and is funded by the federal government. They have funding to assist with: training expenses (books, fees, tuition, tools, uniforms, shoes, certification, licensing, testing fees) It may also be able to help with transportation and childcare costs.

Walk-ins welcome, M-F, 8am-6pm
1856 Thompson Bridge Road,
Gainesville 30501

Goodwill Training Programs
General information...

30 best pieces of career advice no one ever told you

As you continue developing in your career, you will probably come into contact with many pieces of career advice. It is helpful to think of career advice like feedback. You can read some pieces of advice and confirm what you do well and what you should continue to develop. Here are our best pieces of career advice no one ever told you:

  1. Venture outside of your comfort zone.
  2. View every person you meet as a door that may lead you to a new opportunity.
  3. Show up early.
  4. Think of yourself as a lifelong learner.
  5. Every year, deeply consider your career path.
  6. Search for the value in feedback or criticism.
  7. Cultivate perseverance.
  8. Do what you say you'll do.
  9. Ask the important questions.
  10. Don't be afraid to speak up.
  11. Dress for the job you want.
  12. Find a job you enjoy.
  13. Say yes to the things that scare you.
  14. Set realistic goals.
  15. Let go of perfection.
  16. Remember that a job doesn't give your life meaning.
  17. Every job will have unexpected inconveniences.
  18. There is opportunity in chaos.
  19. Find a mentor, and be a mentor.
  20. Work harder than those around you.
  21. If you need help, ask for it.
  22. Use your strengths.
  23. Be willing to sacrifice some things to build the career you want.
  24. Live your life, not someone else's.
  25. Follow your effort.
  26. Don't settle.
  27. Be confident, yet humble.
  28. Embrace failure.
  29. Use your intuition.
  30. Be a team player.

By Indeed Editorial Team

United Way of Hall County

One Hall United Against Poverty 
The purpose of the One Hall initiative is to break the cycle of poverty in Hall County by seeking to understand poverty from the perspective of our most vulnerable citizens. We know this will take a long-term commitment and we must work side-by-side with local churches and public, private and non-profit sectors to tackle the root causes of poverty in a holistic and sustainable manner. We seek to create a community-level goal that is measurable and attainable. We will study existing statistics and work directly with those experiencing poverty to develop strategies that must be understood and addressed at a high level by the
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