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Fifty Employers Sign Letters of Commitment In Work Hard Work Smart

Work Hard Work Smart program had it's first commitments Wednesday.

Fifty area employers committed to the program and include: 

Health Care: Clinics of North Texas • Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital - Wichita Falls • North Texas Rehab Center • Rolling Meadows Retirement Community • United Regional Health Care System

Credit Union • Vernon College • Web Fire Communications • Welcome to Texoma • Wichita Appraisal District • Wichita County • Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce • Wichita Falls ISD • Workforce Network, Inc • Workforce Solutions - North Texas

Advanced Manufacturing: Alcoa - Howmet, Wichita Falls • Covercraft Industries • Kalco Machine & Manufacturing Company • Magic Aire • PPG Industries Inc. • Sharp Iron Group • Transland • Tranter • Wichita Clutch • WPT Power Corporation

Business & Professional & Hospitality Services: Abner's Nutrition Center • Albert Moving & Storage • Burkburnett ISD • Cassie Schultz - All State Insurance • Century Tent • Cheryl Botkin - State Farm Insurance • City of Wichita Falls • Courtyard by Marriott - Wichita Falls • Diane's Bookkeeping • Express Employment Professionals • First Bank • Fuzzy's Taco Shop • H&R Block - Wichita Falls Region • Hampton Inn - Wichita Falls • Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Wichita - Falls • Homewood Suites by Hilton - Wichita Falls • Jobs In The Falls • Kwik Kerb of Wichita Falls • KWFB - 100.9 BOB FM • MyStaf -Wichita Falls • Netessentials, Inc • News Channel 6 - KAUZ • Nissan of Wichita Falls • Personal Money Planning• Quality Transmission• Secord & Lebow Architects, LLC • Spherion Staffing - Wichita Falls • UniFirst Uniforms • Union Square Federal

Work Hard Work Smart was developed by the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce.

The program helps match job searchers with entry level positions and in turn helps employers find qualified candidates. 

People who take part in the Work Hard Work Smart program earn a certificate from the National Career Readiness program.

Work Hard-Work Smart is dedicated to helping Wichita County become the first work-ready county in Texas.

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