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2014 Community Job Fair: Register Early and Save!

2014 Community Job Fair: Register Early and Save!

The region’s largest Community Career Fair will celebrate its 18th anniversary in 2014 with a new venue and more options than ever for employers and jobseekers.

Sponsored by Career Resources Inc. (CRI), in conjunction with the State of Connecticut Department of Labor, The WorkPlace, Housatonic Community College and the Webster Bank Arena, the event will take place  March 13, 2014 at the Webster Bank Arena Concourse. Last year more than 2,400 jobseekers and 60 employers took part.

Employers reserving their spot before December 13 will receive a special reduced rate of $129, down from the full registration fee of $179.

To reserve a spot, employers may click here to register, or  contact Mark Charpentier at (203) 610-6266.

“As the economy continues to struggle, this event is more important than ever,” said CRI President/CEO Scott K. Wilderman.  “We will open with time for employers to meet with pre-screened candidates with verified qualifications. We’ll also have opportunities prior to the event for jobseekers to take part in resume building and other trainings.”

Employers in previous Career Fairs have  included a cross-section from government, large corporations, military, non-profit groups and small business, as well as restaurants, banks and retail.  This year there will be a focus as well on the fields of green energy and health care. The Career Fair draws an diverse group of jobseekers and employers, ranging from the very experienced career changers, college graduates, longer-term unemployed and entry-level applicants.

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