Milwaukee residents who are interested in staying up-to-date on job openings throughout the city, career fairs and vocational training opportunities can now sign up to receive regular email and text updates from the city.
Council members Milele A. Coggs, Ashanti Hamilton, Russell W. Stamper, II, Khalif J. Rainey, Chantia Lewis and Cavalier Johnson announced the launch of the Click2Work email list, which will utilize the city’s E-Notify system to connect residents with work opportunities at private businesses citywide. Interest in receiving updates about such opportunities has grown by leaps and bounds, and Click2Work will offer one central source of information for interested Milwaukeeans.
The effort furthers the council members’ call to action at the culmination of Black History Month, where they encouraged residents to participate in Milwaukee’s renaissance by taking advantage of employment opportunities or sharing information with those who may use it.
These council members hear regularly from residents throughout the city who are ready and excited to learn about new job opportunities, seek vocational training and attend career fairs. Click2Work creates a hub for that kind of information that is convenient and simple to use, and anyone who is interested is urged to sign up now.
Users can register for the Click2Work E-Notify list at milwaukee.gov/enotify. There, new users can sign up for an E-Notify account, and those with an existing account can subscribe to the Click2Work list under the “Information Updates” category.
Employers who are interested in sharing information about work opportunities through the Click2Work system can email details to email@example.com.