Jobs for Vets! - Save the Date, March 22


Jobs for Vets! - Hiring Event

You've served our country, now let's work for you.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016, from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., at the Hagerty Conference Center | Traverse City, MI 49686.

NW MI Works!It can be overwhelming and difficult to find gainful employment as a veteran, and Jobs for Vets! successfully matches veterans with employers who have positions they need filled. This year's event will take place at NMC's Hagerty Center and is FREE to veteran job seekers. In addition to an anticipated 60+ employers in attendance, local veteran service providers will be on-hand for your convenience plus Jimmy Johns will be providing lunch.

What's more, every employer in attendance has paid a registration fee (all proceeds go to a veteran-related cause in the community) so they can be matched with our nation's best. Simply stated, they are there to hire YOU. So, rest easy knowing that everything we do is from a veteran's perspective and/or with veterans in mind! In conjunction with our friends from Northwest MI Works!, free resume and cover letter assistance is provided by clicking on the links below. Prominent Human Resource Directors will also be on hand just prior to and during the event to help in this regard.

You've worked for our country and now our businesses want you to work for them!

Register today!  CLICK HERE

Need additional information? CLICK HERE

Are you an employer that has employment opportunities for veterans? CLICK HERE




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