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Job Fair in Roseville August 22nd




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Roseville, CA -- Multiple community agencies including Brandman University, The City of Roseville Libraries, Placer, Sacramento and El Dorado Counties, Golden Sierra Job Training, and Sacramento Works have partnered to provide a free event for job seekers in the tri-county area.

Brandman University's Roseville Campus, part of the Chapman University System, has partnered with the City of Roseville Libraries, Placer, Sacramento & El Dorado Counties, Golden Sierra Job Training, William Jessup University, and Sacramento Works to provide a free job fair where more than 65 local employers will meet face-to-face with job seekers. The event will also feature breakout sessions and a free resume review clinic. If you are presently looking for a new job, you are invited to participate.

"August will mark the fifth time we have hosted the Tri-County Job Fair, and to date we have had over 1800 job seekers participate in our events. After surveying our employers, on average they have hired 50 people at each event, which we feel is a huge success for those in our community who are looking for work," commented Jessica Cone, with Brandman University.

Confirmed employers include the City of Roseville, Sacramento Sheriff's Department, Lowe's, UC Davis, Kaiser Permanente, the Sacramento Kings, and many more.

WHERE: Roseville Sports Complex & Martha Riley Library, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd, Roseville, 95747.

WHEN: Friday, August 22, 2014, 9:00am-1:00pm

Please visit this web site for more information: http://www.tricountyjobfair.org


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