Boone County EDC Set For Job Fair

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The Boone County Economic Development Corp. will Thursday host a job fair in Lebanon. More than 30 employers from throughout the county will be looking to fill thousands of jobs in a variety of industries such as manufacturing, business services, and healthcare.

The job fair will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Lebanon High School, which is located at 510 Tiger Way. It is free and open to the public.

The Boone EDC says companies are looking for full-time, part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees. Some of the other industries represented at the job fair include logistics and distribution, education, and retail.

Some of the companies attending the job fair include:

  • Accurate Personnel
  • Allied Universal Security Services
  • American Ultraviolet Company
  • Arc of Greater Boone County 
  • Camping World / Gander Outdoors
  • CNH Industrial
  • Control Tech Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Cracker Barrel
  • Daimler Trucks North America
  • Denny's
  • Diverse Staffing
  • Elwood Staffing
  • Facility Concepts, Inc
  • FedEx Ground
  • Fukai Toyotetsu Indiana Corporation
  • General Cable
  • GetGo Cafe' + Market
  • Hachette Book Group
  • Hendrickson
  • Hoosier Village Retirement Community
  • Integrity Staffing Solutions
  • Lebanon Community School Corporation
  • N.K. Hurst Co, Inc.
  • Panera Bread
  • REGO-FIX Tool Corp.
  • Skjodt-Barrett
  • Staffing Resources, LLC
  • Stalcop, LLC
  • Suburban Home Health
  • The Waters of Lebanon
  • United States Cold Storage
  • Witham Health Services
  • XPO Logistics
  • Zionsville Community Schools

Job seekers planning on attending the event are encouraged to dress professionally and bring multiple copies of their resume. A help desk will also be available on site to assist with resume and interview tips.

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