Boone County Hosting Job Fair

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The job fair will be held at the Whitestown Municipal Complex. The job fair will be held at the Whitestown Municipal Complex.
WHITESTOWN -

The Boone County Economic Development Corp. is Thursday hosting a job fair in Whitestown. More than 30 employers will be on hand for the free event, which will include resume and interview workshops.

The Boone County Job Fair will run from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Whitestown Municipal Complex, located at 6210 Veterans Drive. The first half hour will feature priority access for veterans, with general admission beginning at 12:30. 

The employers are scheduled to attend include:

  • American Ultraviolet
  • AmerisourceBergen
  • Arc of Boone County
  • Classic Cleaners
  • Control Tech
  • CoWorx Staffing
  • Diverse Staffing
  • Express Pros
  • FedEx
  • FTIC
  • General Cable
  • GNC
  • Hachette Book Group
  • Hendrickson Trailer
  • Indiana Army National Guard
  • Indy's Pro Graphix
  • Integrity Staffing (Amazon)
  • Kelly Services
  • Kroger
  • MSI Packaging
  • NFI Industries
  • Purity Wholesale Grocers
  • Rainbow Child Care Center
  • RL Turner
  • Sanders Pre-Cast Concrete
  • Signature Healthcare at Parkwood
  • Skjodt-Barrett Foods
  • Staffing Resources
  • State Farm Insurance
  • The Hearth at Tudor Gardens
  • US Cold Storage
  • Vroom
  • Which Wich

The Boone County EDC says job seekers will be able to get assistance with resumes and interviews from the Help Desk at the event and will also be able to enter to win prizes. The job fair will also have activities for children ages four and up.

The event is being presented in partnership with Boone County, Lebanon, Whitestown, Zionsville and Jamestown.

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