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Jump-start your construction career

Considering a career in a construction industry, or seeking a new job? If so, attending either or both of these events later this month can help you reach that goal.

On Tuesday, August 23, find out more about the demand for jobs such as pipefitter, welder, industrial electrician, and boilermaker; learn how to communicate your skills; and learn about a networking resource linking job seekers with companies hiring. Presented by Workforce Solutions, Globalwide Talent, and SteelToePro. This free program begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends at 12:15 p.m.

Construction professionals: new career resources are here

Construction professionals seeking a career boost have a great new resource at Parker Williams Branch Library thanks to a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science and the Texas State Library & Archives Commission.

The grant enabled the library to purchase trainee guides in 15 different craft areas for area construction professionals seeking certification from the National Center for Construction and Education Research. NCCER certification is widely recognized in construction industries and indicates that workers have achieved journey-level status, which translates to higher pay and additional job opportunities.

Kingwood Is Taking Shape

The above images are of the construction site for the new Kingwood Branch Library. The structure is starting to take shape and work has begun on the parking lot. The new facility is scheduled for completion in late 2009.

Kingwood staff has put together a composit image showing the building sites and surrounding streets.

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