This week’s Career Central has something for everyone. From job fairs, to help enrolling at St. Louis Community College.
ST. LOUIS — This week’s Career Central has something for everyone. From job fairs, to help enrolling in St. Louis Community College, and even free help with federal financial aid forms for those going to college.
There’s no shortage of opportunities this summer.
Spectrum hosts hiring fair Tuesday
Spectrum is looking to fill jobs in its Bridgeton call center. Customer service representatives provide over-the-phone internet and phone support and repair services, which keep customers connected.
These jobs pay $20 per hour and include benefits.
Find out more at a hiring event Tuesday, July 12 from noon to 7 p.m., at the Spectrum Customer Service Center located at 13022 Hollenberg Drive in St. Louis.
Bring your resume and meet with a Spectrum recruiter to learn more about the position.
Text “REP” to 97211 to apply before the event.
Spectrum offers advancement opportunities and career progression for employees. Along with highly competitive wages, Spectrum also provides comprehensive health benefits, and for the past nine years, has absorbed the full annual cost increase of medical, dental and vision coverage.
The company also offers a market-leading retirement plan, with a 401(k) that matches the first 6% of employee contributions, plus a retirement accumulation plan with an additional 3% company contribution, for which most employees are eligible. Spectrum employees can receive up to $5,250 per year in education assistance, as well as complimentary and discounted Spectrum services.
Information about Spectrum careers can be found online here.
Charter is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V). For more information on Charter, click here.
AT&T hiring in more than a dozen area communities
AT&T is in the middle of a hiring push in the metro area. Many of the openings are for retails sales consultants.
But the company’s also hiring installation technicians, field sales representatives and system engineers.
These jobs are in Washington, Des Peres, Florissant, Creve Coeur, Eureka, St. Peters, and Wentzville.
Go to att.jobs and enter “St. Louis” in the search bar.
SLATE Missouri Job Center invites St. Louisans to the FAFSA Frenzy Event in July
If you know a high school-aged student and are living in the City of St. Louis, listen up.
The St. Louis Agency on Training and Education (SLATE) is hosting a FAFSA Frenzy event this month.
Get free help completing the financial aid eligibility forms for education beyond high school. There are several deadlines that need to be met in order to qualify for federal financial aid.
This event will help you navigate the paperwork.
It’s Friday, July 15 from noon to 6 p.m. at the SLATE Missouri Job Center located at 1520 Market Street, third floor, room 3050.
Be sure to create a Federal Student Aid account at studentaid.gov before attending, and bring your login information, Social Security number, 2020 federal tax returns, W-2s, and records of any investments or money earned.
For more information, click here.
St. Louis Community College and Ranken fall enrollment deadlines, SLATE offers training funding for up to $10,000
STLCC’s manufacturing, industrial technology, skilled trades, and health sciences fall classes start on August 22, 2022, and the registration deadline is August 28, 2022.
STLCC offers stackable credentials to help students level up their career opportunities while saving time and resources. Graduates can jump-start their careers with technical, technology, and science degrees or certificates and earn on average $10,600 more per year than a high school diploma does.
Ranken Technical College’s fall semester starts on August 22, 2022, and the final deadline for enrollment is August 12, 2022. Ranken offers hands-on skill training and technical education in the automotive, construction, electrical, information technology, and manufacturing fields. Technical careers have starting salaries up to $60,000 per year, according to Ranken. On average, each student has more than five job opportunities when they graduate.
Most Ranken and STLCC students receive financial aid and scholarships to help cover tuition, books, and tools. SLATE Missouri Job Center partners with STLCC and Ranken to offer scholarships to students for career development and training programs for up to $10,000. To receive financial assistance through SLATE, students must be residents of St. Louis city. SLATE will also provide eligible participants access to various no-cost resources to ensure job readiness, including workshops on résumé writing and interview skills, skills assessments, and individualized career guidance.
To see if you qualify for financial assistance, visit the center located at 1520 Market Street, 3rd floor, room 3050, St. Louis, MO. 63103. Hours of Operation: M-F, 8 a.m.to 5 p.m., except on Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For questions, call (314) 589-8000, or click here.