Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

ACTC News

March 26, 2014

Job and Career Fair

March 26, 2014 — Job seekers are invited to the Tri-State Job and Career Fair Friday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the KYOVA Tri-State Mall.

To date, more than 25 businesses and organizations have signed up: AEP River Operations, Ashland Group Home, Ashland Police Department, Bill Cole Automall, Calgon Carbon Corp., Clear Channel Media & Entertainment, DirecTV, Etech, Goodwill Industries, Guardian Community Living, Heartland of Riverview, Kingsbrook, KY Division of Air Quality, LG&E Energy LLC, Lowe's, Manpower, Marathon Marine Division, McDonald's, Mountain Comprehensive Care, Ramey-Estep Home, Speedway, T.J. Maxx, Transamerica, Troops to Teachers, United Way of Northeast KY, Woodland Oaks and Woodmen of the World.

The free fair is cosponsored by Ashland Community and Technical College, Kentucky Career Center, Southwestern Community Action Council, TENCO One-Stop Career Centers and KYOVA Tri-State Mall.

There is no charge to participating organizations to set-up. Tables, chairs, limited access to electricity, and wireless Internet will be provided.

To reserve a space or for more information contact Nancy Menshouse at ACTC, 326-2199 or email nancy.menshouse@kctcs.edu.

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