Jackie Rose Retires

The lovely woman answering our phones and greeting clients daily for four years has retired from CTC. We will miss her dearly. But we are happy that she will have time to travel and see her family and have some fun. Please wish the best for Jackie, as we do. We thank her so much…

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Looking for Part Time Help for CTC

Are you over 55 with low income for at least the last 6-9 months and some skills you’d like to use in our nonprofit? The Title V program through Mature Services can put you to work for up to 20 hours a week. You are allowed to have social security income but cannot work while…

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February 8 Lunch n Learn at Westlake Library at noon

PLEASE JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 from 12:00 noon – 1:30pm TOPIC: The Transition to Business Ownership – Through Franchising with Speaker – John Toth, Owner/Operator of “Flooring Coverings International” John will review his process leaving corporate America, finding a franchise and running a small business. He will talk about the good and bad of…

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How’s Your Resume Looking?

Have you had your resume updated in the past 6-12 months? Do you know if it’s written with the key points and current look that employers want? Does it really sell you and your accomplishments? If not – contact us for a rewrite. Spending a few dollars to impress the hiring manager may be worth…

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We Welcome Nakia Roundtree to CTC

Some of you may already know Nakia who has been volunteering with us at Shaker Library for over a year. We are pleased to announce that she has accepted an Operations Consultant contract to help us plan for our future. This is a first step to move us in a new direction to meet the needs…

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Lunch n Learn December 14 at noon

Come to Westlake Library to hear Mike Zawatsky speak on “Retirement Planning Basics” for all ages. Bring a snack or lunch if you want. Free coffee, tea and cookies. Holiday celebration this time! Free and open to public. Mike is Zoresudent of SOFA – Society of Financial Awareness (a nonprofit) and President of Oasis Asset…

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Happy Fall -Time to Find Seasonal Jobs

Lots of businesses are looking for part time seasonal help. Many jobs last well into the next year. Jump now to do those applications. If you are on unemployment you can extend it up to the full 52 weeks by reporting the income. If not on unemployment – then part time work pays more than…

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