Shelby County Chamber Hosting Job Fair

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The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a job and career fair later this month at Shelbyville High School. The fair will feature over 50 businesses hiring for hundreds of positions.

The fair is free and open to the public. It is scheduled for March 16 from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the high school gymnasium. 

The businesses involved with the fair include:

  • Agustin's Mexican Grill
  • Amcor Rigid Plastics
  • Ashford Place Health Campus
  • Blue River Career Programs
  • Blue River Medicar
  • Blue River SHRM
  • Central Indiana Regional Transportation
  • Authority/Commuter Connect
  • CFA Staffing
  • CGS Services Inc.
  • City of Shelbyville
  • Comcast Business
  • Community Health Network
  • CraneWerks, Inc.
  • Cummins
  • Denny's Restaurant
  • Diverse Staffing Services
  • DSA, Inc.
  • Elwood Staffing
  • Energeo Staffing
  • Express Employment Professionals
  • First Bank Shelbyville
  • First Merchants Bank
  • G4S Secure Solutions
  • Indiana American Water
  • Indiana Army National Guard
  • Indiana Grand Racing and Casino
  • Inspiring Attire
  • Ivy Tech Community College – Central Indiana
  • Kelly Services
  • Klosterman's Bakery - KBI, Inc.
  • KN Platech
  • Knauf Insulation
  • Lifedesigns, Inc.
  • MainSource Bank
  • Major Health Partners/Major Hospital
  • McDonald's
  • Merit Integrated Logistics
  • Morristown Manor
  • Penske Logistics
  • PK U.S.A., Inc.
  • Plymate, Inc.
  • PMC Smart Solutions, LLC
  • Purdue Cooperative Extension
  • Services
  • Ryobi Die Casting (USA), Inc.
  • S & R Resources
  • Senior Helpers
  • Seniors Helping Seniors
  • Shelbyville Central Schools
  • Standard Register Company
  • Strataforce Inc.
  • The Jane Pauley Community Health
  • Center
  • Toray Resin Company
  • Transition Resources Corporation
  • US Army Recruiting
  • Venture Logistics
  • Volunteer Shelby County
  • Walker Place
  • WorkOne Shelbyville

The job and career fair will begin with a networking luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Those wishing to attend the luncheon must purchase a $15 ticket, which can be done by contacting the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce. The luncheon will feature remarks from Indiana Department of Workforce Development Commissioner Steve Braun.

The fair is being presented in partnership with WorkOne, Blue River SHRM Group and the Shelby County Development Corp. 

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