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Fair Chance Hiring Fair

May Tue, 2023, See more: Events,Opportunity

This event is designed to help ex-offenders and the general public connect with local employers who are eager to hire. The goal is to provide an opportunity for individuals who have faced barriers to employment to connect with companies that are looking for dedicated, hardworking employees.

At the Fair Chance Hiring Fair, you’ll have the chance to meet with a variety of employers from different industries, including hospitality, digital media, construction, and more. You’ll also have access to resources that can help you navigate the job search process, such as resume workshops, interview tips, and career counseling services.

This event is open to everyone, regardless of their background or experience. Whether you’re an ex-offender looking for a fresh start or a member of the community looking for new opportunities, this is the perfect chance to connect with employers who are committed to creating a more inclusive and diverse workforce.

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