Veterans Job Fair Coming to Indy

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The event will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium. The event will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS -

More than 70 employers will Thursday meet with veterans about open positions during the Indianapolis Veterans Job Fair. Ohio-based RecruitMilitary LLC is hosting the free event, which will also feature representatives from educational institutions, veterans associations and service agencies.

The job fair is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis. RecruitMilitary says the event is open to veterans, transitioning military personnel, National Guard members, reserve members and spouses.

The organization expects more than 120 job offers to be made to those attending the job fair. Some of the employers attending the event include Eli Lilly and Co. (NYSE: LLY), Kohl's Corp. (NYSE: KSS), Sysco and the United States Postal Service.

You can connect to the full list of employers and registration information by clicking here.

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