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Amazon and COABE Work Together to Provide Jobs for Adult Learners

  • Location: 
    Online webinar
    Date: 
    Friday, December 7, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
As one of the fastest growing companies on earth, Amazon has made it a priority to offer quality entry-level positions that can lead to either a career in management, or participation in our tuition pre-payment program for a certification or associate's degree. To demonstrate our commitment to our hourly workforce, we recently increased our minimum wage to $15 per hour for all entry-level positions across the country, irrespective of location, and we provide a retirement package. Whether your students are looking for a long-term career or just to earn extra money, we offer full-time, part-time, seasonal and flexible schedules for a variety of jobs in urban, suburban, and rural areas. Our basic hiring requirements are only to be at least 18 years old and have a GED or equivalent. 
 
Natausha Horton joined Amazon in 2017 as a part of the Workforce Staffing Community Engagement Team at the company's corporate headquarters in Seattle.  For several years prior to that, she worked at a national law firm, focusing her efforts on complex telecommunications disputes and negotiations.  She also served as a law clerk in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.  Ms. Horton received both her bachelor's degree and juris doctor from the University of Pittsburgh and is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and Washington.
 
Maria Tompros is the Sr. Manager of Partnerships and Communications with Amazon's Associate Development Program.  She leads marketing efforts for Career Choice globally and drives to create global scalable partnerships with employers, community organizations and workforce development systems seeking to hire Career Choice graduates.  Ms. Tompros joined Amazon in 2015 where she held roles in communications for Employee Relations and Connections teams.  Prior to Amazon, she led CSR, external relations and program management functions with Federal Express in Europe and Sony's European business units.  She holds a bachelor's degrees in Law and a graduate degree in Public Policy.
 
COABE provides free membership to adult learners, and we encourage adult learners to join us for this informative webinar.  
The webinar space is limited to 500 and is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.  Questions? Contact info@coabe.org.

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