For many years, the Chamber has hosted an annual Job Fair. Because of the success of this event and in an effort to draw even more job seekers, the Chamber’s Small Business Council has added a second (fall) career fair on Saturday, October 13 from 9am-1pm at the Gainesville Civic Center.
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“We listened to our employers who suggested we should have a second Job Fair in the fall and on a Saturday to reach more potential employees,” said Amanda Lewis, Greater Hall Chamber Project Manager, Economic Develop.
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The presenting Sponsor of the Chamber’s Fall Job Fair is Express Employment Professionals, a long-time sponsor of the program. One of the Chamber’s most popular events, the Job Fair continually draws some 800 job seekers, all spending quality time with hiring managers. Over 50 employers will participate as exhibitors on hand and hiring for hundreds of positions.
The Greater Hall Chamber is dedicated to providing resources to match employers’ job openings with skilled, quality employees. The Job Fair offers Chamber member businesses a unique partnership and opportunity to help find the area’s best employees.
Job Seekers: This community job fair features 60+ employer booths and is a great opportunity to learn about area companies that are hiring. Be prepared to meet employers face-to-face and complete job applications on site. This event is open to the public and there is no admission fee for job seekers.
Employers: The job fair is a great opportunity to recruit qualified employees. This event typically draws close to 1,000 job seekers. Booth space is limited. Register below or contact Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenting Sponsor: Express Employment Professionals
Platinum Sponsor: Mars Wrigley Confectionery
Gold Sponsor: King’s Hawaiian
Silver Sponsor: McDonald’s & Spherion Staffing Services
The event is coordinated by Lanier Technical College, Gainesville Area Employers Committee and Georgia Department of Labor.