Advice on jobs and finding work, training and education, apprenticeships and volunteering is on offer from Wolves at Work, Black Country Impact, Connexions and Learning Communities representatives.
All events are free to attend and there is no need to book in advance for the majority of them.
Councillor Harman Banger, Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: “There is £4.4 billion of investment on site or in the pipeline for the City of Wolverhampton.
“On the back of this, we work closely with city partners to develop jobs and skills opportunities across the city.
“It is important City of Wolverhampton residents are given access to these vacancies and programmes like Wolves at Work, Impact, Connexions and Learning Communities make this happen.”
16 March (10am to 12.30pm) Jobs & Skills Talk, at Bilston Market
18 March (9am to 1pm) Skills Pop up – parent engagement, at Graiseley Strengthening Families Hub
18 March (10am to 12.30pm) Jobs & Skills Talk, at WV Active Bert Williams
18 March (11am to 1pm) Apprenticeships Talk (Wolves at Work), at Civic Centre atrium
19 March 10am to 12.30pm Graduate Workshop (Wolves at Work) Jobchange, Red Lion Street - booking required by calling 01902 554400
24 March (10am to 7pm) Skills and Apprenticeship Show, at Aldersley Stadium CANCELLED
25 March (11am to 1pm) Jobs & Skills Talk (various providers), at Civic Centre atrium
25 March (1 to 5pm) Volunteering Fest (Wolves at Work), at Bilston Library
26 March (10am to 12.30pm) Success Profiles (Wolves at Work) Jobchange, Red Lion Street - booking required by calling 01902 554400
27 March (9am to 5pm) Skills and Employment Drop-in, at Wolverhampton Homes office, Market Street
28 March (8.30 to 10.30am) Skills and Jobs Pop-up West Park - Park Run