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Calhoun Community College to Host Jobs for Tomorrow Event Series

June 28, 2019

Looking for a career change?

Calhoun Community College’s career services and advising departments have teamed up together to host its very first Jobs for Tomorrow event series.

Jobs for Tomorrow is an initiative that was designed to bring awareness to the general public about industry needs and the training provided by Calhoun to help fill those gaps. Representatives from the healthcare, technical, and Business/CIS fields will provide a brief overview presentation about their company, discuss any current/anticipated job openings, and will end with Q&A. In addition, faculty and staff from Calhoun’s Advanced Manufacturing, Allied Health, Computer Science, Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME), and Excellence in Process Industrial Controls (EPIC) divisions will also provide information in regards to the programs that will provide the necessary training to fill those open positions.

“We have worked diligently with industry leaders to make these events as effective and informative as possible,” commented Ashley Robison, Recruitment Coordinator. “We will host campus tours at both events. Those that attend the Decatur campus event will have an opportunity to visit Technologies, Health Sciences and Business/CIS divisions. For those attending the Huntsville event, participants will tour the Business/CIS, Health Sciences, and Aerospace Technology divisions,” added Robison.

Jobs for Tomorrow will be held on the following dates and times:

  • Tuesday: July 2, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm (Decatur campus)
  • Tuesday: July 9, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm (Huntsville campus)

The event for the Decatur Campus, will be held at 6250 US Hwy. 31 North, Tanner, in the Advanced Technology Center, which is building #1 on the campus map; and the event on the Huntsville campus, will be held at 102 Wynn Dr. NW, Huntsville in the Math, Science & CIS building, which is building #2 on the campus map.

For more information, please email Ashley Robison, Recruitment Coordinator at or Kelli Morris, Director of Career Services and Cooperative Learning at

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