Job fair to be held in Johnston County

Posted May 4, 2010

— The Capital Area Workforce Development Board has organized a job fair to be held at Johnston Community College in mid-May.

The fair will run 10 a.m.-1 p.m. May 19 in the Tart Building's Paul A. Johnston Auditorium Library, 245 College Road in Smithfield.

Local companies will be recruiting for nursing, health care, law enforcement, manufacturing, accounting, data entry, clerical, electrical, customer service, sales and teaching positions.

Job seekers can get help from human resources professionals on resumes, interviews, applying and handling negative aspects of a career history.

They can also get information on employment and incentives for people with disabilities, insurance options and truck driver training. Information on the JobLink Career Center, BioWorks Certificate Program and Johnston Community College's degree and Continuing Education programs will also be available.

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  • notagain1903 May 7, 2010

    Lets hope it is better than the last job fair in Raleigh. The main attraction was for on line schools and fast food chains. Not to forget the military was there. We need real jobs that will sustain growth and have a future!!! Not these inflated job creations of the census. Where are the real jobs BEV PERDUE you said on your campaign trail that you will create NC as a major force in the workplace. Well where are they??? Vote for real cahnge in the next election not for the snake oil salesmen we have now!!!!