A regional job fair is scheduled for March 22 at the Mobile Civic Center.
Firms such as Alabama Power, Amazon, Fedex Freight, Provalus and others will take part in what organizers say is a "huge" job fair in Mobile next week, with more than 2,200 jobs available.
The Alabama Career Center System will hold a regional job fair Thursday, March 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mobile Civic Center.
The event is free and open to the public. The first hour, from 10 to 11 a.m., is open to veterans only.
As many as 90 employers are scheduled to attend, including Berg Spiral Pipe, Buffalo Rock, Ingalls, Meyer Vacation Rentals and others.
Jobseekers are encouraged to pre-register online here. Pre-registering will allow for faster entry, and participants are strongly encouraged to print their confirmation and bring it with them to the job fair or to save their confirmation e-mail on their phones. Jobseekers may also register on-site.
Employers who wish to register for the job fair can also visit here or contact the Mobile Career Center at (251) 461-4146. There is no charge for employers to participate.
Applicants should come to the job fair with multiple copies of their resumes. They should be prepared to interview and dressed professionally.
The Alabama Career Center System’s mobile career center along with staff from the area career centers will be onsite at the job fair to assist jobseekers in applying for jobs.
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