Define Your Own Success

Seven years from now, over 26,000 jobs will be available in the Leon County region that require more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year college degree. To address the need, Leon County Government is hosting the Leon Works Expo to connect the community, employers, academic institutions, and students. In the morning, the Expo will be open to students who will learn from local success stories while also visiting with employers. Later in the day, the Expo will be open to everyone in the community who may be seeking a career change, new opportunities, or
has yet to find the career that best fits them.

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Health

Nursing Assistants, Home Health Aides, Emergency Medical Technicians, Pharmacy Technicians, and more

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Trade

Plumbers, Electricians, Welders, Truck Drivers, HVAC Technicians, Compliance Officers,
and more

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Business & IT

Paralegals, Computer Network Architects, Customer Service Representatives, Insurance Sales Agents, and more

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Creative

Culinary Arts, Chefs, Painters (Construction and Decorative), Cosmetologists, Brickmasons, Landscape Designers, and more

Defining Your Career Today for Tomorrow

$ 20.11

Average wage of skilled job openings in the region.

26,545

Skilled job openings in 2024.

Days until the Leon Works Expo.

Success Stories of Skills That
Pay the Bills

Define your own success like these accomplished skilled career workers from Leon County!

Leon County invites the community to “Define Your Own Success” at the Leon Works Expo on Friday, October 20th at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.

Come out for employers seeking workers for skilled jobs; academic institutions offering education and career path training; networking with peers and professors on new opportunities; professional headshots for social media accounts and personal branding; and mock interview training with industry experts.

Ready to Define Your Success?

Want to attend?

Interested in defining success for yourself, or are you seeking networking opportunities with local businesses?

The Leon Works Expo will be held at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center on Friday, October 20. The morning will be for Leon County high school students to learn more about different skilled careers in our area. Then, in the afternoon, the Expo will be open to everyone in the community. Please join us!

Want to be an exhibitor?

Want to reach more than 500 high school students in the morning, and then hundreds of job seekers in the afternoon? All attendees will be seeking more information on skilled job openings as well as certifications, apprenticeships, and educational opportunities. Please join us in raising awareness on the need for skilled jobs in our community.

The Leon Works Expo will be held at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center on Friday, October 20. The morning will be for all Leon County high school students to learn more about different careers in our area. Then, the Expo will be open to the public in the afternoon. Please join us!

Have questions about the Expo?

If you have questions about the Leon Works Expo, please contact staff so that we can help.

If you are a student, a citizen looking for a career change, or an exhibitor who wants to get his or her business in front of hundreds of possible employees, please send us an email or give us a call. We are here to help!

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