Pittsburgh, PA - Recruit Military is sponsoring a FREE hiring event for Veterans, Transitioning Military Personnel, National Guard Members, Reserve Members, and Spouses. - https://events.recruitmilitary.com/events/pittsburgh-veteran-job-fair-march-24-2016#event-exhibitors
Military Spouse Hiring Event Camp Pendleton, April 16, 2019 from 10:00am to 1:00pm
Join us at Camp Pendleton, 202850 San Jacinto Road, Oceanside, CA 92058; for a special hiring fair for all Military Spouses, Gold Star Spouses, Military Members, Employers, and Service Organizations.
10am to 1pm Hiring Fair - Bring your resume and get ready to put your best foot forward with employers who want to hire you. Need a resume? Visit MyCareerSpark.org to build your skills-based resume right from your smartphone. Powered by Toyota.
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Employers and military spouse job seekers register at: hiringourheroes.org/events.
Hiring Our Heroes US Chamber of Commerce Foundation
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Supporting Those Who Served
2019 San Diego, California Military Hiring Resource and Career Fair No Security Clearance Required - Open to Civilians
March 29th, 2019 from 11:00am to 1:00pm Arrive early, because the event fills quickly!
Anchors Catering and Conference Center 2375 Recreation Way, San Diego, CA 92136
A FREE HIRING EVENT
Open to Veterans, Transitioning Military Personnel, College Students, Reservists, and Spouses
Please register online at MilitaryInclusion.com Questions? 619 two seven seven 9099
I’m retired Naval Supply Officer with diverse experience in military Supply Regulation: FARS, DFARS, Logististics, Finance, and Acquistion. Electrician, Trainer and Quality Controls in Navy’s most advanced Field: Nuclear Energy. I’m ready to get back into the job market.
Produced by The Value of a Veteran Regard - Recruit - Retain
MILITARY SKILLED TRADES CAREER FAIR
Open to: transitioning military, National Guard/Reservists, veterans and military spouses.
With CURRENT experience in: aviation, coating/painting, construction, electronics, fabrication, HVAC, industrial machinery, logistics, maintenance, manufacturing, pipe fitting, plumbing, rigging, telecommunications, truck driving, welding, etc; to connect with major employers seeking skilled trades experience for positions in California and nationwide.
San Diego, CA (Mission Valley) Thursday, April 25, 2019 2 pm – 6 pm Handlery Hotel San Diego 950 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108 Event is FREE and pre-registration is required – go to https://militaryskilledtradessandiegoca.eventbrite.com
2019 CAREER FAIRS COMING TO: Glendale, AZ Oceanside, CA Port Hueneme, CA San Diego, CA Ft Walton Beach, FL Jacksonville, FL Cocoa Beach, FL Valdosta, GA Hinesville, GA Warner-Robins, GA Wichita, KS Gulfport, MS Jacksonville, NC Fayetteville, NC Omaha, NE Las Vegas, NV Oklahoma City, OK Killeen, TX Ogden, UT Norfolk, VA Tacoma, WA Everett, WA Plus: National Guard & Reserve locations
This event is offered by an outside vendor and is not sponsored or endorsed by the Department of Defense or the Service Branches. Questions? Email: skilledtrades "at" TheValueOfaVeteran.com
I'm a 11 year Navy veteran that was retired due to injury on the job, earned an Associates degree in Industrial Technology and was a very successful Technical Instructor for over 25 years. I changed careers 4 years ago and got hired as as Maintenance Engineer and moved away from family and friends. I proved my worth over and over again to the company and my superiors but got very little reward for my hard work except a steady pay check. I was accused of something that I did not do and with very little thought on their part, terminated me.. I've been looking for employment for 3 months, almost depleted all of my reserved funds paying bills and seem to be under qualified for engineering jobs due to lacking a BS degree in engineering. I know I have more knowledge and experience and knowledge than anybody with just a 4 year degree and no job experience, but I have not had 1 call for an interview. I'm almost out of options. If there is a hiring manager out there that is looking for a dedicated, hard working maintenance professional like myself, please throw me a rope by contacting me through this portal or Linkedin. Thanks...