Live Casino, which is expected to open in Greensburg later this year, has announced a partnership with the Westmoreland County Community College for Dealer School.
The training courses look to provide skills needed for those who wish to get into the gaming industry.
The casino says it plans to create over 500 new jobs for the region and more than 100 of those are for table games dealers.
“We are proud to partner with Westmoreland County Community College on this project, which will provide long-term careers in the gaming industry to personable, outgoing and professional individuals,” said Sean Sullivan, General Manager of Live! Casino. “Interested applicants do not need casino, gaming or dealer experience to apply to the school. Working in association with Westmoreland, we will provide all the training necessary to successfully complete the courses and position graduates to take advantage of the opportunity to interview for a dealer position at Live! Casino.” “Westmoreland is working hard to partner with businesses that provide job opportunities in our communities,” said Dr. Tuesday Stanley, President, Westmoreland County Community College. “Live! Casino is going to bring family sustaining careers to the area. We are looking forward to opening the Dealer School and starting students on the path to exciting futures in the gaming and entertainment industry.”
Dealer School classes are scheduled to begin on August 17. Live Casino will feature live-action gaming, slots, a sports book as well as dining and entertainment.