with area job seekers.
As a member, you'll gain opportunities to promote your businesses job openings and market them toward a broad audience.
WEAR IT WEDNESDAYS
The Winona Area Chamber of Commerce knows that there are so many great places to work in our area! You're looking? They’re hiring!
Emma, Director of Workforce and Business Development, and Christie, Chamber President, go to member businesses, put on the uniform, and get to work in the Wear It Wednesday video series!
In each video, they will highlight the business by showing some of the open positions and telling viewers how to apply.
ARE YOU HIRING?
WINONA POLICE DEPARTMENT
Emma and Christie visited with members of the Winona Police Department where they learned about different roles within the department, rode along in the cop car, and played with kids at Jefferson Elementary School.
Apply to become an officer with the Winona Police Department at CityofWinona.com/jobs
MARKET & JOHNSON
Christie and Emma stopped by Market & Johnson's job site where they are building the new Winona County Jail to learn about what kind of jobs are behind the company's projects and what their biggest workforce needs are currently.
WINONA SIGN & DESIGN
Emma visited Winona Sign & Design to print talk with Terry Klonecki, President, about what they are hiring for currently, what they do, and then she got to work and learned how to print some of the items they customize for customers.
Stop in and drop off your resume or email Terry today!
Contact: Terry Klonecki (president)
Address: 978 E. 4th St., Winona
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SUGAR LOAF FORD LINCOLN
Christie and Emma visited Sugar Loaf Ford Lincoln to learn about the company’s workforce needs in a new program called “Wear It Wednesday”. They had the opportunity to talk with owner, Mike Puetz, and other employees to see what it is like to work in the salesroom and the shop, learn about positions available for hire, and what SLF looks for in a candidate.
Body Shop Technicians
Contact: Mike Puetz (owner)
Phone: (507) 454-5170
Address: 1222 W. Service Dr., Winona
Thriving communities do not accidentally acquire the workforce necessary to support their economies.
By connecting the dots between employees, employers, educators, and key regional stakeholders, the Chamber's education and workforce divisions help ensure communities throughout Southeast Minnesota can depend on a talented workforce for decades to come.