Employer registration open for Reboot Rogers County

August 3, 2021


Non-profit organizations from across the region are joining together to host the sixth Reboot Rebuild Rogers County event. This free workplace readiness expo provides job seekers with access to various resources, including potential employers, help agencies, and methods of continuing education. 

Reboot Rebuild Rogers County will be held on Thursday, August 5, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Cedar Point Church. The event is free and open to the public, with an emphasis on second-chance employment. 

“The goal of Reboot Rebuild is to provide opportunities and resources for those individuals looking to begin a new chapter,” said Meggie Froman-Knight, Executive Director for the Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority. “The obstacles people face far too often keep them stuck in the same habitual cycle. We hope to create a different way for people to move forward and integrate back into society, resulting in broken family cycles, altering life trajectories and fostering a safer, more productive community.” 

A key staple of the Reboot Rebuild event is the opportunity for attendees to meet face-to-face with prospective employers to discuss job opportunities and participate in on-site interviews. 

“Access to a robust talent pool continues to be a top need for area employers,” said Caitlyn Ngare, Talent Development Coordinator, CIEDA. “We are proud to serve as a partner for Reboot Rebuild Rogers County and are confident this event will mirror the success of last week’s job fair, which saw over 125 quality applicants.” 

Employers interested in participating can register at https://bitly.is/3ykn6GJ. The first 20 vendors to sign-up have the opportunity to present their job openings on-stage. 

For more information on Reboot Rebuild Rogers County, visit https://fb.me/e/1gIJYAcJi.

About the Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority

The Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority (CIEDA) is a public trust organization formed in 1948 to stimulate economic growth and development for the city of Claremore. CIEDA oversees the Claremore Industrial Park and the Claremore Regional Airport, as well as facilitates the recruitment, retention, and expansion of primary industry jobs, and expansion of the sales tax base through the recruitment of new destination retail businesses. CIEDA additionally works to ensure a regional workforce pipeline through initiatives such as Partners in Education and Learn and Earn Program. 


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