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Flying HIGH launches Welcome Center to help people find jobs

Services will help individuals become prepared and qualified for employment. The center will provide financial support services and a variety of pre-employment training and workshops.
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Jeffrey Magada, founder and executive director of Flying HIGH Inc., cuts the ribbon to mark the opening of the Job Placement Welcome Center on Tuesday at 6 Federal Plaza. (Ellen Wagner | Mahoning Matters)

YOUNGSTOWN — Flying HIGH Inc.’s Professional Development Center hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning. 

The Professional Development Center allows anyone to walk in and have access to immediate job opportunities. 

The center will work with various national and local employers to meet their job demands and work with candidates to connect them to the best job opportunities. 

Services will help individuals become prepared and qualified for employment, officials said. The center will provide financial support services and a variety of pre-employment training and workshops.

The center is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday on the sixth and seventh floors of 6 Federal Plaza.