Miller-Motte Technical College Hosts “Find Your Future”

Monday, June 16, 2014

MMTC’s Chattanooga Campus , 6020 Shallowford Road, will host a community wide career fair and open house on Tuesday from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.  The facility is being opened up to provide space for local employers to participate in this community wide event. The event is free to participate or attend. 

Campus Director, June Kearns, says, “No matter where you are on your career path, you don’t want to miss this event.” Employers and community resource representatives will be on hand to answer questions and discuss employment opportunities.

  There will be a live radio remote, Blood Assurance will be taking blood donations, and Schneider National will have their “Ride of Pride” truck, a military tribute to service men and women, on display.

To register as an employer, please contact one of the following Career Services’ staff members at (423) 510-9675:
 Lisa Roche (ext., 2742)
 Amy Hoagland (ext., 2741)
 Dawn Zimmerman (ext., 2757)

If attending the career fair, organizers advise you to “dress to impress” and bring copies of your resume.


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