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Central Plains Center will host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 22, at 710 Quincy in the parking lot of Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) across the street from Wayland Baptist University in Plainview. 

The job fair will feature CPC’s multiple programs and departments including Human Resources, Mental Health Services, Intellectual and Developmentally Disabled (IDD) Admissions and Services, Early Childhood Intervention, Reed Adolescent Center, Peer Recovery Services, and Crisis Intervention. 

“Our directors and several employees will be on hand to explain what their programs do and discuss the services they provide,” said Carmen Laymon, director of Human Resources.      

Central Plains Center serves Hale, Bailey, Briscoe, Castro, Floyd, Lamb, Motley, Parmer, and Swisher counties, and the job fair is open to the public.  Job seekers will have an opportunity to get an inside-look into CPC and what it does.

Sherri Bohr, Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We have been serving and improving people’s lives since 1969.  Our services and supports provide hope and recovery for anyone who needs it.  

“Whether you are looking for your first job or wanting to change careers, come to our job fair and see what we have to offer.”   

Laymon noted, “Central Plains Center is an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to the principle of diversity.  Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  We offer an excellent benefit package, and we are hiring now.”

Alice Sawayer-Lockeby


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