- Columbus businesses hold weekly virtual hiring event Thursday-Saturday
- Mayor Ginther holds Tele-Town Hall meeting on COVID-19 update Apr. 9
- COVID-19: C.C.C. Columbus Parish supports members with food items
The Workforce Development Board of Central Ohio (WDBCO), OhioMeansJobs Columbus-Franklin County, One Columbus, Columbus Chamber and WBNS 10TV have started holding a weekly (Thursday-Saturday), virtual hiring event with another holding April 9, 2020 to April 11. 2020.
“We will feature new employers weekly. Participants will need to register for each event once it is available. After registering, you will be able to access your profile to review your information and upload a resume through the add document feature.”
- Thursday, April 9 – Saturday, April 11 (Registration opens on Tuesday, April 7)
- Thursday, April 16 – Saturday, April 18 (Registration opens on Tuesday, April 14)
- Thursday, April 23 – Saturday, April 25 (Registration opens on Tuesday, April 21)
- Thursday, April 30 – Saturday, May 2 (Registration opens on Tuesday, April 28)
The organizers want employers “currently hiring and would like to participate in any of our virtual hiring events at no cost to contact our Business Solutions team at BusinessSolutions@wdbco.org”.
Mayor Ginther holds Tele-Town Hall meeting on COVID-19 update April 9
City of Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther will host a Tele-Town Hall focused on City of Columbus and COVID-19 updates Thursday, April 9, 2020 from 4pm to 4-45pm.
The phone line opens at 3:50 p.m., the Call-in Number: 650-479-3207, Access Code: 477 422 127 and Event Password: 1234 (if prompted).
The Tele-Town Hall will include Dr. Mysheika Roberts, Health Commissioner, Columbus Public Health, and Carla Williams-Scott, Director, Department of Neighborhoods.
Questions are accepted prior to the call and all questions be submitted to RSVPNeighborhoods@columbus.gov or 614-645-7787 by noon on Thursday, April 9th.
COVID-19: C.C.C. Columbus Parish supports members with food items
The Celestial Church of Christ, Columbus Parish has supported members with food items as they continue to observe the stay at home order of the state of Ohio.
The Shepherd in Charge, Sup. Evangelist Amos Ojerinde told New Americans magazine that “the food items distributed to church members will serve as relief during the government stay at home order due to COVID-19.”
He said “the COVID-19 relief items were delivered to everyone’s doorsteps in different parts of Columbus on Saturday, April 4, 2020.”
“We pray that God in His infinite mercy shall bring the crisis to an end sooner.”