Business Monday Briefs: New website for Valley Settlement, Aspen Chamber breakfast Tuesday |

Business Monday Briefs: New website for Valley Settlement, Aspen Chamber breakfast Tuesday

Nonprofit’s new website includes job listings

Carbondale nonprofit Valley Settlement has launched a new website that includes job listings in both English and Spanish.

Employers and job seekers can visit to list jobs or to review open positions in the Roaring Fork Valley and the I-70 corridor. The website’s community events section also allows organizations to post upcoming events in the valley.

Valley Settlement works with area immigrant families to help them find child care, and health and human services, among other opportunities.

ACRA breakfast Tuesday

Aspen Chamber Resort Association’s Community Breakfast is set for Tuesday and will include a range of speakers.

Check-in is at 7:45 a.m. and the programming runs from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the Doerr-Hosier Center at Aspen Meadows Resort.

Speakers will include ACRA President and CEO Debbie Braun, ACRA board chair Cristal Logan, Pitkin County Manager Jon Peacock, interim Aspen City Manager Sarah Ott and Andrew Ernemann, ACRA’s representative for its real estate board seat.

Cost is $35 to members and $50 to non-members. Call 970-925-1940 to RSVP.

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