Dozens of Employers to Attend Fort Wayne Job Fair

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(Image courtesy of Ivy Tech Community College.) (Image courtesy of Ivy Tech Community College.)
FORT WAYNE -

Nearly 70 employers are expected to attend a jobs event Wednesday in northeast Indiana. Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne is hosting the 2018 Fall Career Fair, which is open to the public and will feature opportunities to talk with companies in fields including heath care, manufacturing and nonprofit. In addition to meeting with employers, Ivy Tech says the event will include free professional headshots for jobseekers to use on LinkedIn profiles.

Employers expected to be in attendance include:

AAM - Bluffton, Adam's Health Network, Advantage Health Care, Aerotek, Allen County Government, Angel Corps, Aramark, Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, Avalign Instruments & Implants, Benchmark Human Services, Bowen Center, Brightpoint, Brunswick, Butler Mill Services, Consolidated Communications Partnership, Duncan Aviation, Early Childhood Alliance, Easter Seals Arc, Elwood Staffing, FCC (Adams) LLC, Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department, Goodwill Industries of NEIN, Haven Manufacturing, Hendrickson, Holland, Indiana Mentor, Indiana Michigan Power (AEP), Indiana State Police, Kelly Services, Kingston Healthcare Company, Lagrange Products, Lutheran Health Network, Lutheran Social Services of Indiana, Magnolia Health Systems, Master Spas, MDwise, MedPro Group, Menards, Mike’s Carwash, MLK Montessori School, Neighborhood Health Clinics, Nucor Building Systems, Nucor Fastener, Outback Steakhouse, P.L. Marketing Inc, Parkview Health, Peabody Retirement Community, Penske Logistics, Pretzels Inc., Proteus Inc., Rea Magnet Wire, Renaissance Village, Robert Bosch, RR Donnelley - Angola, Shambaugh & Son, Shiloh, Spherion Staffing, Steel Dynamics Inc., Stratosphere Quality, Temporary Solutions, Tenneco Automotive, The Literary Alliance, Theracare Inc, Waterfurnace International, West Point Financial Group, White Lodging - Courtyard by Marriott and YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne.

Tuesday's career fair will run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Student Life Center on the North Campus in Fort Wayne. You can connect to more by clicking here.

Editor's note: a previous version had the incorrect date.

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