Community Career Fair

WorkSource Cobb and Mableton Mayor Michael Owens, joined forces to host a Community Career Fair at the Riverside Epicenter in celebration of the Riverside Epicenter's 10th anniversary. This event brought together elected officials and small businesses from all over Cobb County to support and provide career opportunities to the community. The Riverside Epicenter, a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex, was the perfect venue for this event. Its central location and space provided an ideal setting for employers and job seekers to connect and interact. Among the employers were representatives from major corporations such as WellStar Health System, Cobb County Schools, and Cobb County Police, as well as small businesses from various industries. This diverse mix of employers provided a wide range of job opportunities, from entry-level positions to managerial roles. One of the highlights of the event was the presence of elected officials from Cobb County, including County Commissioner Monique Sheffield and Commission Chairwoman Lisa Cupid. Their support and attendance at the career fair emphasized the importance of collaboration between the government and private sector in creating job opportunities for the community. Mayor Michael Owens also played a crucial role in bringing together these key stakeholders, further showcasing his commitment to the economic development of Mableton and Cobb County.

Sonya Grant (President of CobbWorks), Mayor Michael Owens (Mableton)
Leroy Tre Hutchins, Michael Owens (Mableton Mayor), Terry Cummings (State Rep.), Flynn Brody (District Attorney), Monique Sheffield (Cobb County Commissioner), Lisa Cupid (Chairwoman), Sonya Grant (President of CobbWorks), and Dr. Christopher Boyd (General Manager of Epicenter)
Terry Fergusun (Mableton City Counsil District 5), Mayor Michael Owens (Mableton), Sonya Grant (president of CobbWorks), Ron Davis (Mableton City Council District 1)