JK Moving Targets Hiring, Jobs for National Guard Reserves

 JK Moving Services became the first moving company to sign a Statement of Support with the District of Columbia National Guard in a ceremony with Brigadier General (Ret) Lawrence Gillespie. The Sterling-based company committed to employing those serving in the National Guard Reserves and supporting the reservists even while training and deployed.          “We are honored to deepen

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Northam Launches Statewide Workforce Development Listening Tour

RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam on Aug. 26 announced an eight-stop listening tour to hear from Virginians about the needs of workers and employers in communities throughout the Commonwealth. The conversations, which coincide with National Workforce Development Month in September, will provide opportunities for workers, local leaders, and members of the business community to offer insight and

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Lovettsville Looks for Project Manager

The Town of Lovettsville is accepting applications for the position of project manager until the Friday, Sept. 13 deadline.          The selected candidate will assist in the administration and coordination of all public works infrastructure projects, capital projects and related activities and will work on water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, street maintenance, park maintenance, snow removal

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Tickets Sales Open for Virginia Women’s Business Conference

Tickets are now available for this year’s Virginia Women’s Business Conference, to be held on Dec. 6 at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly. Past audiences have included more than 700 business women.          “Our mission has always been to connect, empower and inspire the women who attend this conference,” said Tina Johnson, president and CEO of

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Leesburg EDC Plans Business Mixer

Leesburg’s Economic Development Commission will host its first business networking event on Tuesday, Sept. 3 at Tuscarora Mill Restaurant.          According to Economic Development Director Russell Seymour, anyone who has interest in doing business in the downtown area is encouraged to attend. The event will provide business owners the chance to get to know one another

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Commuter Workshop Offered Sept. 4

Interested in expanding your job search, but are unsure about commuting to various locations throughout the region? Register now for the Carpooling, Trip Planning Services & Commuter Incentives workshop Wednesday, Sept. 4, from 10-11 a.m. at the Workforce Resource Center, 102 Heritage Way NE, Leesburg. Loudoun Transit and Commuter Services will be on hand to help

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Career Assistance Offered in Loudoun During Workforce Development Month

September is Workforce Development Month, and the Loudoun Workforce Resource Center will feature special events and workshops at no cost for job seekers and employers.              The center will host two “Coffee with a Career Counselor” days, where job seekers can talk with a career counselor and get job search advice with their morning cup of

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Outsourcing vs. In-House Digital Marketing: Choosing What is Best for a Small Business

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