Tuesday, March 18, 2008

2008 Pittsburgh Employment and Career Education Expo

The Pittsburgh area’s next big Diversity Job fair will be on April 1st at the Mellon Arena from 10:30AM to 3:00PM. The job fair is free and open to the general public. No registration is required. Enter at gate 10. We suggest if you drive to park in the east parking lot on the Center Avenue side of the arena (all day parking is just $6.00). With over 35 companies and career training schools in attendance, job seekers will find hundreds of local Pittsburgh job opportunities and information on dozens of career raining opportunities.

It is highly suggested that all job seekers brings a supply of resumes (10 or more) and to remember that how they dress will greatly influence their chances of employment success.

This job fair is the first Diversity Job Fair in Pittsburgh to be held in collaboration with The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, AARP Foundation Work Search and the Allegheny county Department of Veteran’s Affairs. Companies attending are letting it be know they are equal opportunity employers looking for the most qualified candidates regardless of race, age or veteran status.

The companies in attendance so far include:

AARP Foundation Work Search
Academy of Court Reporting
Advance Auto Parts
Aldi Foods
Allied Barton Security Services
All-State Career School
Aramark Mellon Arena
Army National Guard
Commute Info
EchoStar / Dish Network
Giant Eagle
Home Depot
Kaplan School
Mainstay Life Services
Market District
New Century Careers
OK Grocery
Parkvale Bank
Pennsylvania State Police
SMG Management
Sunrise Assisted Living
Transitional Services
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
US Postal
Venturi Staffing Services
Verizon Wireless
Allegheny County Dept. of Veterans Affairs
Waddell & Reed Financial Services

Five Star Quality Care (Nursing)
CVS Pharmacy
Everest Institute
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Novum Pharmaceutical Research
Carniegie Mellon University Facilities Management Department
Enterprise Rent A Car
And More!

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by Randy Bish, Pittsburgh Tribune Review

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