DIVERSITY JOB FAIR BRINGS BUSINESS TO THE PEOPLE
(SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.) The Inland Empire Diversity Career and Job Fair gets underway Sept. 5 in San Bernardino, bringing together more than a dozen major area businesses that want to meet minorities, looking for the best Inland Empire employees.
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the San Bernardino Boys & Girls Club, 1180 West 9th St., company representatives will be at tables, waiting to meet serious potential workers looking for local openings instead of having to dread that miserable daily commute to Los Angeles or Orange County.
Companies such as Lowe’s, The University of Phoenix and Patton State Hospital will be on hand to meet and greet hundreds of potential employees. They’ll personally discuss their firms’ needs, what they look for in staff members and review attendees’ backgrounds and resumes.
The Inland Empire Diversity Career and Job Fair is the perfect place for those needing jobs to let companies know why they’d fit in and how they could contribute their skills and experience.
Attendees are urged to dress the part and bring detailed, updated resumes to hand out to those firms that interest them.
Job Fair sponsors supporting the effort include the Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce, KOLA radio 99.9, The NAUA, 909models.com, Hispanic Connect, The Black Voice News, The Precinct Reporter, El Chicano and Dameron Communications.
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