Mayor Kelly Yaede Announces Call for Local Businesses Interested in Participating in Hamilton’s Upcoming Job Fair this September
If your local business is looking for new employees, then Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede is encouraging you to learn more about Hamilton’s upcoming job fair.
Mayor Yaede and the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission are announcing plans for a Job Fair this September and are looking for area businesses interested in taking advantage of this great opportunity to find new employees.
While all local businesses can participate, the Mayor and commission are seeking to expand the array of businesses at this year’s Job Fair to include companies in the internet technology and healthcare fields. Past Hamilton Job Fairs have attracted an estimated 1,000 job seekers, making it a beneficial opportunity for employers to find qualified candidates.
“As our local economy continues to grow, so will the need for local employers to find qualified employees; and our upcoming job fair will be one way to help local businesses link with residents seeking new employment opportunities,”says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede.
Businesses can contact Job Fair Event Chairman John Strycharz at (609) 638-7580 or via e-mail at email@example.com to reserve a table at the cost of $75 or enjoy exciting event sponsorship opportunities to help advertise their local business. Registration for both tables and sponsorships can also be made online at www.htedac.eventbrite.com . Sponsorship advertisements help support this event and other Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission initiatives without the use of taxpayer dollars.
Hamilton’s Job Fair will take place on Tuesday, September 9, 2014, at Princeton Manor Banquet by Cedar Gardenslocated at 661 State Highway 33 in Hamilton, between the hours of 12 PM (Noon) and 5 PM.
Admission to the job fair is FREE for all Hamilton residents; although to expedite entrance registration, attendees are encourage to register online at www.htedac.eventbrite.com . Several workshops and helpful skill training sessions are being planned and will also be offered at no cost to attendees.
“I am looking forward to help link as many job seekers and employers as possible at our Job Fair and hope that several area businesses and Hamiltonians will take advantage of this great event,” says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede.