Warren County businesses make big push to recruit summer workers

Mark Mulholland & WNYT Staff
Created: February 22, 2021 06:44 PM

Businesses in Warren County are putting out help wanted signs early this year.

The county didn't have enough workers to fill tourism-related jobs last summer. So now, the Employment and Training Department is partnering with hotels and restaurants to recruit and train people.

They're calling it PUSH: Pathways Up for Success in Hospitality.

People who sign up will get 19 hours of free online training and more.

Learn how many positions the county is hoping to fill by watching the video of Mark Mulholland’s story.

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