Offering a diverse range of employers, attending businesses and organizations note job positions in finance, technology, insurance, sales, office administration and more. The event is free and open to the public.
Coordinator of Job Development and Career Services Elaine Stewart said the job fair will have opportunities for individuals of all experience and education levels. She advises job seekers to bring plenty of resume copies and be prepared to interview with professional recruiters.
“The 2014 Job Fair seeks to match reputable employers with quality employees,” Stewart said. “For those in the job market, the afternoon is a great opportunity to meet with employers from a variety of establishments, learn about their opportunities and hand out resumes.”
Story submitted by Marisela Cadena-Smith