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May 31, 2012

Find success at the “Employer Meet and Greet”

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By Silvia Moreno
Employment Readiness Program Manager

Transitioning servicemembers, veterans, retirees, military dependants and the Fort Irwin community are invited to attend the “Employer Meet and Greet” on June 7,  from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Sandy Basin Community Center.

If you are looking for employment, or considering a career change, you cannot miss this event.  You will have the opportunity to meet potential employers that are looking to hire.  Meet face-to-face with employers who will provide you with detailed information about their companies.  There will also be Q&A sessions with the employers of your choice.

Did you know that at the previous “Employer Meet and Greet” in March, there were five on-the-spot hires, three hired the following day, and several interviews scheduled in the following days? This is your chance to network with employers and find your next job. So, get your resumes ready and dress for success.

This event is sponsored by Army Community Service and Army Career and Alumni Program. If you have any questions, contact Silvia Moreno at (760) 380-5165 or silvia.m.moreno2.civ@mail.mil.

 

Employers attending:

 

Schneider National, Inc.

Army & Air Force Exchange Service

Silver Valley Unified School District

IAP World Services, Inc. 

Airstreams Renewables

Technica LLC

Non-Appropriated Funds Human Resources

Tapestry Solutions

Northrop Grumman

Los Angeles Police Department

Pinnacle

 




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