Chesapeake College Career & Job Expo
Candidates of all ages and experience levels are invited to attend the 24th Annual Chesapeake College Career and Job Expo. Companies will be looking to fill full-time and part-time positions. Come prepared with your resumes and dress professionally. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information contact the Office of Job Development at (410) 822-5400, (410) 758-1537 or (410) 228-4360, ext. 5804 or 2250.
Sponsored by Chesapeake College Office of Job Development, Upper Shore Career Center Partners, Chesapeake College Adult Education Program and the Department of Rehabilitation Services /DORS.
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