Teleworks USA Helps Breathitt Countian Rebecca Campbell Connect with New Job
Rebecca Campbell’s job as a merchandiser kept her busy for most of the year, but still there were times when the work slowed and she found herself looking for something else to fill in the gaps. When she heard about the employment services at a nearby Teleworks USA Hub in Booneville, it sounded like just what she needed.
Owsley Countian Luci Phillips Turns to Teleworks USA for Return to the Workforce
Luci Phillips was ready to return to work when she first heard about a new service near her home in Owsley County that helps people land legitimate jobs working from a home office.
“I kind of thought it was just temporary jobs,” Phillips says, describing the type of work she first thought Teleworks USA would help her with. “So, it surprised me that they place you in permanent jobs, and that’s a plus.”
Owsley Countian April Smith Able to Stay in Hometown with Help from Teleworks USA
Owsley Countian April Smith was taught early in life the value of having a good education.
“I grew up with a single mom who raised me and my two brothers. She’s just a minimum wage worker—she got her GED and she’s a smart lady and everything, but without a college education, you can’t really get many jobs around in this area,” Smith explains.
Teleworks USA Helps Owsley Countian Jai Cooper Find Big Employment in a Small Town
Booneville resident Jai Cooper never saw himself in a position where he would be comfortable working with the public. Teleworks USA, though, was able to help him realize his potential as a people-person after assisting him in landing something much coveted in Owsley County—a job.
“I came from Indiana—a small town but it’s a little bit bigger than this one,” Cooper explains as he sits at a computer in the Booneville Teleworks USA Hub.
Creation of Nearly 70 Remote-Work Jobs in Owsley County Lauded by Officials at Teleworks USA Digital Workforce Celebration
Owsley Countian Rodney Smith Finds Work at Home through Teleworks USA
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.
Owsley Countian Kaylee Turner Transitions from Working in the Field to Working in the Hub with Help from Teleworks USA
Working behind a desk, attached to a computer all day is a big jump from working in the woods and among nature at a state park. Owsley Countian Kaylee Turner says that jump has worked perfectly for her, though, since transitioning from her job at Natural Bridge State Park to a teleworking position she acquired with the help of Teleworks USA.