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3333 N. Old Brownsville Rd., 38134
901-791-9583 to register.
SCORE Memphis is hosting a free Grow with Google workshop on December 2, 6 pm -7:30 pm at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library. 3030 Poplar Ave. Memphis, TN 38111.
This is an essential class for business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs.
GET YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE
Learn about Google My Business, a free tool for local businesses that want to connect with customers on Google Search and Maps. Get hands-on help in creating or updating your business profile or a simple website.
In this session we will cover:
• Create or claim your Google My Business listing
• Manage your business info across Google Search and Maps
• Use Google My Business to connect with potential customers
• Create a free website using the info from your Business Profile
What is Opportunities in October?
The City of Memphis has an important role to play in building a deeper pool of qualified workers and fueling economic growth. For our city to grow, we need an employable workforce that meets the needs of our city as well as address the issue of poverty. A pathway out of poverty is to obtain a skill that will lead to gainful employment and/or place youth on a career path.
A collaboration with the City of Memphis Youth Services Division and Mayor’s Office of Communications, this all-day session for young people ages 16-24 will orient participants with soft skills as well as provide them with access to area community colleges and trade schools.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
You can participate in MOVE-HIRE if you…
Are 18 Years or older
Have a High School Diploma or GED
Live in the 9 county Memphis Metro Area
Demonstrate the ability to earn a Silver Level National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)
Can Describe your Employment Status as one of the following…
Underemployed: Seeking Full Time Employment but are employed part-time or employed full-time but making less than $15/hour
Unemployed Workers: Seeking Full Time Employment
Incumbent Workers: Underrepresented in the targeted industry (including women and minorities).
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