Walmart management to present employment topics for teens at speaker series | Local News


Children’s Hope Alliance and Heartstrings Therapeutic Music & Art Program have announced an upcoming free special mentor speaker series in June for older teens.

This informative speaker series takes place monthly throughout 2022 at the Barium Springs campus. Volunteer community speakers will share information on a variety of monthly topics for teens aged 14-21 in the local community. The series will cover topics throughout the year, including finance, automotive 101, household skills, employment, college, health and wellness, and more.

June will feature employment topics presented by Walmart management. Weekly topics in June will include:

June 13 – Walmart executives discuss exploring job opportunities, Walmart benefits (i.e. paid college expenses for employees), job interviews, and more. Guest presenters: Brice Gerald, Director of Operations, Walmart Fulfillment Center and Reinalis Marcano, HR Business Partner.

June 20 – Walmart executives take you on a behind-the-scenes tour of Mooresville Walmart 169 Norman Station Boulevard, Mooresville. Meet at 4:00 p.m. at customer service. Find out how retail operations, store jobs, and more work. Guest presenters: Walmart Fulfillment Center and Marcano.

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June 27 – Walmart executives take you behind the scenes at Walmart FC at 386 Murdock Road Troutman. Meet at 4:00 p.m. at the front security desk. Learn about how fulfillment center operations work, jobs, and more. Guest presenters: Jennifer Hritz, Senior Director of Order Management, Gerald and Marcano.

This event is free and open to teenagers aged 14 to 21. Educators are encouraged to involve their students. Refreshments will be served.

The event will take place Mondays from 4-5 p.m. at the Children’s Hope Alliance Heartstrings Program Gracie Building, 153 Frazier Loop, Statesville.

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