Carson to Host Annual Job Fair

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(photo courtesy of Ivy Tech Community College) (photo courtesy of Ivy Tech Community College)

Congressman André Carson (D-7) will Thursday host his annual Central Indiana Job Fair in Indianapolis. The event, being held in conjunction with Ivy Tech Community College, will feature more than 100 employers looking to fill a variety of positions.

The 10th annual job fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ivy Tech Culinary and Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public with no RSVP required.

"I’m honored and excited to once again host the Central Indiana Job Fair," Carson said in a news release. "There are so many smart, driven and qualified people in our community, and I’m happy to help them advance their careers through this job fair. With around 130 employers in attendance, I have no doubt that job seekers will be able to connect with a number of wonderful opportunities that provide not only a great job, but a better future. Everyone deserves a rewarding career, and this job fair can help turn that dream into a reality."

Some of the employers attending the job fair include:

  • Allison Transmission Inc.
  • Ascension/St. Vincent
  • Bell Techlogix
  • CarDon & Associates
  • Citizens Energy Group
  • Community Health Network
  • Eskenazi Health
  • FedEx Express
  • Kirby Risk Corp.
  • Praxair Surface Technologies
  • Roche Diabetes Care
  • TKO Graphix
  • UTC Carrier Corp.
  • Westfield Steel Inc.

You can learn more about the job fair, including the full list of attending employers, by clicking here.

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