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The Hamilton Career Center is Hosting a Hospitality Training Session

October 03, 2022

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 3, 2022

The Hamilton Career Center is Hosting a Hospitality Training Session in the Marion County/Hamilton Area


HAMILTON – The Hamilton City Career Center is hosting a hospitality training session featuring the Marion County Extension Coordinator Carla Lewis. The training is designed to help frontline service industry professionals provide excellent service. Participants in this training will learn and practice excellent customer service skills.


The hospitality training session will be held at the Hamilton Career Center at 1481 Military St South, Hamilton, AL 35570 from 10:00 AM-11:00 AM on October 19, 2022.

Registration is required.
Jobseekers who wish to learn more about the event can contact:

Career Center: Alissa Brown, Manager, 205-921-5672 Ext. 85524, Alissa.Brown@alcc.alabama.gov

Extension Office: Carla Lewis, Marion County Extension Coordinator, 205-921-3551, cll0031@auburn.edu


The Alabama Career Center System (ACCS) is part of the Alabama Department of Labor’s Employment Services Division. The ACCS operates 56 Career Centers throughout the state, touching all 67 counties. Career Centers provide free services for both jobseekers and employers, including résumé and interview preparation services, educational and vocational training, along with workforce development services and wage assistance. A listing of Career Centers is available at www.labor.alabama.gov.


WHEN: Wednesday, October 19, 2022.
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.


WHERE: Hamilton Career Center
1481 Military St South, Hamilton, AL 35570





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