CSCC To Host Career-Job Fair On Wednesday, March 28

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Cleveland State Community College will be hosting an upcoming Career/Job Fair on Wednesday, March 28 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on CSCC’s main campus.
The Career/Job Fair will provide students, graduates and community members with an opportunity to explore the different career options in the area and network with over 60 different employers.

This year, employers will be grouped together based on the seven different “Career Communities” offered at Cleveland State Community College.  The seven “Career Communities” consist of majors in advanced technologies, business, education, fine arts & humanities, social services, health professions, and STEM. 

"This will allow our students and the community to gain valuable insight on each of the career communities.  Participants will receive important information and make contacts that could be very beneficial in obtaining a job," officials said.

Companies to be present at this year’s event are:

A Step Ahead Chattanooga
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), which is part of the Department of Justice
Amara Home Care
American Job Center
BAYER
Bradley County Coordinated School Health
Bradley County Sheriff Office
Bradley Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center
Chattanooga Allergy Clinic
CHI Memorial Hospital
Cleveland Police Department
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated
Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED
Command Security Corporation
Convergys
CSCC Continuing Eduation
DENSO
DosBros
eSpin Technologies, Inc
Express Employment Professionals
Family Resource Agency
Fastenal 
Flexicrew
Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians
Global Personnel Solutions, Inc
H&R Block
Home Instead Senior Care
Jackson Furniture
Kelly Services
KW Cleveland Keller Williams Realty
Legal Aid of East Tennessee
Life Bridges
Life Care Center
Loan By Phone/Check into Cash
Lowes
M&M MARS
Manpower
McKee Foods
McMinn County School System
Memphis Police Department
Miller Industries
Mueller Company
Murfreesboro Police Department
Museum Center @ 5ive Points
Nationwide Recovery Service
Newly Weds Foods
Paladin Attachments
Platinum Recruiting - CSCC Small Business
PLAYCORE
ProLogistix/ ResourceMFG
PuroClean Property Damage Experts
Red Clay State Historic Park
ResCare HomeCare
Rhea County Medical
Right Time Right Place Staffing
Santec
State Farm
Tennessee National Guard
TN Division of Rehabilitation Services (Vocational Rehabilitation)
U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Security Associates, Inc.
United Way of the Ocoee Region - AmeriCorps VISTA
UPS
Volunteer Electric Company
Westwood Dayschool
WRCB TV 3
 

For more information on this event, contact Sandy Kirby at 423-473-2288 or by email skirby03@clevelandstatecc.edu.



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