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Franklin Housing Authority to hold resume writing, job search class for community

FRANKLIN, Tenn. - The Franklin Housing Authority (FHA), in partnership with its Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) program and WorkForce Essentials, will hold a resume writing and job search class February 23 at 4:00 p.m. The class will take place in the computer lab at FHA's Community Center Building at 100 Spring Street.

"We are so glad to be able to provide enrichment classes like this not only for our residents, but for the Franklin community as whole," said Tena Hardy, ROSS Service Coordinator at FHA. "During these economic times, everyone could use a refresher on preparing their resume and learning the newest ways to conduct their job search."

The class will be taught by WorkForce Essentials, a non-profit organization that assists Tennesseans in becoming self-sufficient through job training and placement assistance. It is free and open to the public. 

About Franklin Housing Authority
For more than 55 years, the Franklin Housing Authority has provided affordable, safe housing for low and moderate-income families in Franklin, Tenn. FHA operates 297 public housing units serving nearly 700 residents. Funded through rental income and subsidies from the Department of Housing & Urban Development, FHA also supports partnerships with programs that foster economic self-sufficiency for residents.