Teleworks USA provides free workshops designed to upskill prospective teleworkers and prepare them for a variety of teleworking jobs. And best of all, workshop curriculum is completely customizable based on employer needs. Our workshops provide up to 72 hours of instruction on topics including digital literacy, customer service, and tech support, but can be updated with company-specific instruction so applicants can hit the ground running once they begin their new jobs. If you’re an employer, we can partner with you to help meet your workforce needs.
Teleworks USA Beattyville Hub Helps Lee Countian Missy Winters Change Life with Teleworking Opportunities
Teleworks USA Saves Morgan Countian Thomas Gilliam from Dead End Job, Helps Find Dream Job
“Once I figured up that it was going to take me 85 years to get another dollar on the hour, I decided that it was time for me to have a career change,” Thomas Gilliam explains as he sits at home in his native Morgan County.
After more than 16 years working as a support specialist in a school system’s IT department, Gilliam says he realized that although he had a good job, it wasn’t going anywhere.
Teleworks USA Gets Lee County Teenager Brandon Sparks on His Feet and Headed Toward a Happy Life
Going to work in your most comfortable pajamas seems like a dream to most working people, but it’s been a reality for Lee Countian Brandon Sparks since he’s become a teleworker with help from Teleworks USA.
Sparks sits at a computer terminal at the Teleworks USA Beattyville Teleworks Hub, clicking through the website we works for.
Teleworks USA Helps Breathitt Countian Chris Johnson Find Work without Leaving Home
Like many others in his community, Breathitt Countian Chris Johnson needed a job.
“I couldn’t find a job at all,” he says as he sits at a computer in the Teleworks USA Beattyville Hub. “I live in a very small community, and there are very few jobs available—and the jobs that are available are part-time, typically four- to six-hour shifts.”
Teleworks USA Supports Lee Countian Brittany McQueen to Overcome Small-town Obstacles and Find Sustainable Career
Lee Countian Brittany McQueen has lived most of her life in a small town, making her somewhat of an expert on small-town life.
“It’s really hard to find a job in a small town like this—period,” McQueen says as she adjusts her chair in the training room of the Teleworks USA Beattyville Teleworks Hub.
Self-proclaimed “Jack of all Trades” David Childers says he’s likely worked almost every type of job available in Eastern Kentucky.
“I have a skill set that is wide and varying,” the Breathitt Countian says with a chuckle. “If you name it, I probably have some knowledge about it.”
Despite his varied work history, Childers says the one thing he had never thought to pursue—until recently—was finding a career through Teleworks USA.