KILLEEN, TX — The Central Texas College (CTC) Career Center will host its annual Community Job Fair on Wednesday, April 23 at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public from 10 am. – 3 p.m. Nearly 60 companies and potential employers will be on hand accepting resumes and providing information about jobs in all sites locally, regionally and nationally.
The Career Center’s goal is to not only offer a great place to start the job hunt or career change, but provide an excellent tool for networking and developing valuable contacts with key individuals and to broaden one’s job hunting opportunities.
Elaine Riley, CTC Career Center director, encourages attendees to bring multiple copies of their resume and come dressed for success. “Most companies exhibit at job fairs because they have immediate openings or they have a practice of hiring continuously,” she said. “Not only will these companies be handing out information they will also use the opportunity as an initial interview to help assess that first impression of you as a potential employee.”
The CTC Community Job Fair will host a wide variety of career possibilities as representatives from numerous law enforcement agencies, banking and financial institutions, real estate companies, area school districts and colleges, the computer and technology industry, media outlets, medical and healthcare facilities, social services and many others will be available.
The job fair is sponsored by the CTC Career Center, Texas A&M University – Central Texas, the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP), Workforce Solutions of Central Texas, the Army Community Service –Employment Readiness Branch and KWKT Fox 44.
For more information about the Central Texas College Community Job Fair, please call the CTC Career Center at 254-526-1106 or visit http://www.ctcd.edu online.