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Monday May 4th, 2015 4:10PM

Career expo planned in Habersham County

By Staff
ATLANTA -- The Georgia Department of Labor's (GDOL) Habersham Career Center plans a career expo in Cornelis Cornelia Sept. 16. at the Cornelia Community House. <br /> <br /> It will feature a number of employers, educational institutions, and resource agencies that provide assistance to job seekers. The employers will be hiring or discussing current and future employment opportunities, while other organizations will provide education and other resources. <br /> <br /> Applicants should bring plenty of resumes and be prepared to fill out company applications and interview for available jobs. Attendees are encouraged to dress appropriately to improve their opportunities for jobs. <br /> <br /> Potential employers expected to participate include: Amerigroup Healthcare, Apple Mountain Resort, Cracker Barrel, Daly's Truck Driving School, Express Employment Professionals, Family Care, Fieldale Farms/Springer Mountain Farms, First Impressions Clothes Closet, Flexstaff Services, Gold Creek Foods, Habersham County E-911, Help At Home/Oxford Healthcare, Hillcrest Foods/Waffle House, Home Depot, KPCS, Labor Ready, Lawrenceville Veteran Center, Magnolia Window and Door, Mansfield Oil, McDonald's, Medlink, Mount Vernon Mills, North Georgia Floors and Restoration, North Georgia Technical College, Regions Bank, Servpro of Tri-County & The Mountains, and The Oaks Scenic View. <br /> <br /> For more information about the expo, or employers wanting to register, contact Tina Henson or Becky Waters at (706) 776-0811, email tina.henson@gdol.ga.gov or becky.waters@gdol.ga.gov, or Mae Brown at (404) 217-1598 email mae.brown@gdol.ga.gov
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