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April 13, 2014CUMMING, Ga. — The Georgia Mountains Regional Commission's mobile training unit will visit the Cumming Library on Tuesday, April 22.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., this unique workforce development tool offers free access to resume writing software, helps prepare users for interviews, provides access to online interest surveys and assessments and offers computer typing software.
"The first question people ask when they see the mobile unit is, 'What is this?' and the last question they ask is, 'When are you coming back?'" said Micah Thomas, mobile training unit instructor.
The mobile training unit first visited the Forsyth County Public Library in November 2013.
Due to the positive response of the visits, the unit will continue to visit the library on a monthly basis.
In addition to the upcoming April visit, the service will be offered to the community on Tuesday, May 20 and Tuesday, June 17.
No appointment or advanced registration is needed – simply drop in.
The training unit will be set up in the parking lot of the Cumming Library, 585 Dahlonega Street in Cumming.
Visit www.gmrc.ga.gov for more information.