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Grand Nation Hosting Reboot Rebuild Event Thursday, March 22

Grand Nation Hosting Reboot Rebuild Event Thursday, March 22

  If you’re having a difficult time finding a job, need a new job or want to overcome obstacles in your life, Grand Nation invites you to attend its free Reboot Rebuild event, Thursday, March 22.

  A workplace readiness and resource seminar, Reboot Rebuild is a community event designed to help anyone who has stumbled to get back on the path to success.

  Grand Nation, a nonprofit coalition whose mission is to assist families seeking a better life, is hosting the free event that will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 226 West Canadian Ave., in Vinita.

  Attendees of Reboot Rebuild will have the opportunity to gain insight from experienced speakers, including the Rev. Dr. Charles “Chuck” Jackson, access free resources to break down the barriers to employment and have one-on-one opportunities to find assistance.bbo

  Topics to be covered will include writing a successful resume, finding references, filling out employment applications, learning what employers are looking for and finding companies willing to hire people with criminal records.

  A number of resource booths will be set up for information and conversation with multiple assistance agencies. Resources available will include housing, child care, financial literacy and much more.

  Agencies, organizations and businesses interested in providing resources at Reboot Rebuild can contact Grand Nation at (918) 276-2192.

  Hannah’s Closet, a ministry of Emmanuel Church and other churches in the Vinita area, will have a free “dress for success” boutique where ladies attending Reboot Rebuild will be able to get an outfit appropriate for job interviews, court appearances, etc. There will also be clothing for men and free haircuts for attendees.

  Lunch and child care for school-age children will be provided.

  Pre-registration is required to attend. Attendees can pre-register on the Grand Nation Facebook page or call (918) 276-2192.


  Grand Nation is a nonprofit grassroots coalition that has been serving the Grand Lake area since 2012. An umbrella organization for a number of different programs, Grand Nation joins families seeking a better life with the resources and community organizations that can help them achieve their goal. Located at 120 E. Illinois, Suite 306, in Vinita, Grand Nation serves the communities of Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, including Vinita, Grove, Jay, Afton, Ketchum, Langley, Miami, Bluejacket and Spavinaw. The phone number is (918) 276-2192.


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