05/16/2019 9:00 AM
13th Annual Neighborhood Job Fair @ Temple University
by Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education
Each year, thousands of adult job seekers, recent college graduates, U.S. veterans, and trade-skill professionals attend this massive employment event. Participants are encouraged to dress in business attire, bring multiple resumes, and arrive on time. An onsite computer lab will be setup to allow job seekers to apply for job openings at the event.
“Last year, our Annual Neighborhood Job Fair had over 100 employers, all hiring, with jobs ranging from very entry level to management level opportunities! We are anticipating the same turn out of employers to serve the thousands of job seekers that traditionally flock to this massive employment event! This job fair is one of Temple University’s largest community outreach endeavors. The goal of this event is to help match qualified job seekers from our community with local employers that have specific hiring needs,” said Michael Robinson, Director-Community Outreach and Employment/Temple University, the event organizer.
Employers who are hiring include: American Cable Company, Community College of Philadelphia, Children's Literacy Initiative, CORA Services, Heiler Painting, Kensington Community Corporation for Individual Dignity, Kimmel Center, Monarch Staffing, Philadelphia Corporation for Aging, Temple University, Univest, and the Wistar Institute.
Pre-register for this event to earn a chance to win a FREE T-Mobile Tablet with a 2 year internet service subscription.
For more information, contact Michael Robinson: Phone: 215-204-0677 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date and Time05/16/2019 9:00 AM - 05/16/2019 1:00 PM EDT
1816 North 15th Street
(Corner of 15th Street and Montgomery Avenue)
Philadelphia, PA 19121
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Temple University of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education
Temple University’s Lenfest North Philadelphia Workforce Initiative (LNPWI) mission is to develop and implement a holistic strategy to disrupt poverty through innovative, evidence-based career pathway programs that integrate employer and community needs, which align with current and future workforce requirements. The LNPWI is committed to helping individuals secure sustainable employment, and focuses its resources on residents from the following 8 zip codes: 19121, 19122, 19123, 19125, 19130, 19132, 19133 and 19140.