Open up your doors and show off your company – virtually! Educate job seekers, reach new customers, increase your visibility in the community, and provide a virtual look inside your business by being a part of this exciting project. Read below for more info on how it works.
Using a virtual interface, you can connect with more people, anywhere – at any time – 24/7. Viewers will be able to review more details about your company, see what its like to work there, and receive any specific information you wish to share.
Does your business requiring specific training? Are you looking to expand your recruitment efforts? Are you looking to increase your hiring capacity? By having a virtual tour available, you can provide more information to potential job seekers and individuals exploring job training and educational options needed to work in the community.
By utilizing inAllegany: Virtual Industry Tours you can increase your community footprint. Highlight new business endeavors, promote your community involvement projects, and recognize specific employees or departments for their performance at work or within their community.
Here’s how it works!
- Allegany County maintains a website containing 3-5 minute ‘virtual tours’ of your business. These short videos can be done using your promotional video (if you already have that available) or as an onsite interview session filmed by county staff. Videos will highlight the types of jobs you have onsite, as well as give viewers some insight into the operations of your business and the skills needed to work there.
- There is no cost to have your video included on this site; and our goal is to have as many local businesses represented as possible.
- The website will be searchable by career clusters (such as: finance, manufacturing, hospitality, etc) and will link to your virtual tour video based on that category.
For more information on how to participate, click below to request additional details.
inAllegany: Virtual Industry Tours is a free service provided as a collaboration between Allegany County Government’s Workforce Development Office and the Department of Economic and Community Development as part of the county’s economic development plan.