JOIN Inc. Day at Aces Ballpark helps break the cycle of poverty for career seekers
Left field reserve seating, free hat and dollar concessions sweeten the deal.
CARSON CITY, Nev. – JOIN Inc., Northern Nevada’s career services organization, is holding its annual JOIN Inc. Day at the Aces Ballpark Sunday, June 3. The Aces swing into action against the Las Vegas 51’s at 1:05 p.m.
The fundraiser raises money for workforce development training and support for those seeking to break the cycle of poverty by securing the necessary skills for the new Nevada economy.
JOIN Inc. provides access to career training by covering all costs associated with securing in-demand occupations defined by Gov. Sandoval as priorities for the state. In some cases, JOIN Inc. can provide wage subsidies for employers as well.
Tickets are $20 and include left infield reserved seats and an Aces hat. Sundays are $1 concessions day at Greater Nevada Field. Tickets will be available for pick up at the JOIN Inc. table on game day.
“We are excited to be part of Aces Day again this year,” Denise Castle, executive director for JOIN Inc., said. “We appreciate the support of our employers who seek trained, skilled workers, and of our community for helping to continue our efforts to promote prosperity for all Nevadans.”
The deadline for ticket purchases is May 20, and tickets may be purchased at www.join.org.
JOIN Inc. covers all of Northern Nevada’s 13 counties and has seven regional offices in Reno, Carson City, Elko, Ely, Winnemucca, Fallon and Fernley. For more information on JOIN Inc.’s Day at the Aces, or programs for career seekers and employers, visit www.join.org, or contact Eric Stern at email@example.com or (775) 461-3930.
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Photo cutline: JOIN Inc., Northern Nevada’s career services organization, is holding its annual JOIN Inc. Day at the Aces Ballpark Sunday, June 3. The Aces swing into action against the Las Vegas 51’s at 1:05 p.m.
About JOIN Inc.
JOIN Inc. is a private, non-profit workforce development agency. JOIN Inc is a 501 (c)(3) and receives private donations and grants, along with state and federal grant funding. Services are provided at no cost to both job seekers and employers. The organization provides access to career training in each of its local job markets and in industry sectors with the most employment potential for clients who meet eligibility requirements.