Find news and updates for the latest jobs, services and programs for Susquehanna Workforce Networks and its partners
What’s New this Week!
Looking for work? We’ve compiled a list of hot job openings at area businesses, including postings for technicians, operations supervisors, GNAs, RNs, LPNs, delivery drivers and more. Read More.
Prepare to stand out in the job market! We offer online trainings throughout the month that equip you with job-search skills, such a resume writing and interview techniques. Read More.
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Interested in a Manufacturing Career?
Meet the faces behind some of the manufacturers in Harford and Cecil counties as they discuss career opportunities in the manufacturing field. Watch Video.
What are the Susquehanna Workforce Centers?
If you are wondering what, exactly, we at the Susquehanna Workforce Network (SWN) do, watch this short video! We sum it up for you in 33 seconds. Watch Video.
Interested in training for a new career?
Six week online training for Production Technician Training will see flyer start mid-September.
New Program will be starting soon!
Susquehanna Workforce Network Selected for Workforce Development Pilot Program to Combat Opioid Epidemic- The Susquehanna Workforce Network (SWN) has been selected as a recipient of $500 thousand in funding from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) for the new “Support to Communities: Fostering Opioid Recovery through Workforce Development” pilot program, which will address the health and economic impacts of widespread substance and opioid misuse, addiction, and overdose. Maryland is one of only four states in the nation selected to participate in a new initiative to provide job training and other services to workers in communities significantly affected by the opioid crisis. Twelve other jurisdictions in the state of Maryland will share an additional $4.1 million of DOL funding. These jurisdictions that will receive funds include Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Caroline, Dorchester, Frederick, Garrett, Kent, Talbot, Queen Anne’s, and Washington counties and Baltimore City. Stay tuned for further developments as SWN provides details on how these programs ($500K) will be implemented in Harford and Cecil Counties.