Connecting people together to provide
"Local People for Local Jobs"
on the Colorado Front Range
CollectiveNet is a non-profit umbrella organization of career networking groups designed to maximize job seeking and employee search efforts by providing a central location of candidates, contacts, leads and information with no fees associated and volunteer operated.
CollectiveNet targets jobseekers and employers in an effective, efficient and productive method that is results driven and based on honesty, integrity and cooperation.
Jobseekers need to first contact and join one of the CollectiveNet networking groups listed. After becoming a member of one of these groups, join the CollectiveNet Yahoo Group and the CollectiveNet LinkedIn Group or, alternatively, follow the networking group's procedure for joining.
Employers and new or existing networking groups in the Colorado Front Range area interested in becoming part of this organization should contact the Group Administrator (New Employers, New Networking Groups).
Connecting Colorado, a place where individuals seeking employment and businesses seeking employees can be matched and brought together to fit each other's needs. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment provides this site as a free resource to job seekers and employers who wish to use the Colorado Workforce Center system through a convenient and secure method.
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