Spring is springing, not only with flowers and showers, but also job fairs and events around metro Atlanta. Here are a few job fairs and events coming up in April.
DeKalb Medical Derby for Registered Nurses | March 31, 1 - 4 p.m.
Bobby Bailey fourth floor atrium, DeKalb Medical Center, 2701 N. Decatur Road, Decatur.
Registered nurses should have two years of recent experience to meet with recruiters and hiring managers. A gift card drawing will be held for those who attend in bow ties and big hats. [RSVP]
Go Build Douglas Career Fair | March 31, 6 - 7:30 p.m.
College and Career Institute, 4600 Timber Ridge Drive, Douglasville. The career fair is for students in grades 6 - 12. The following companies/post-secondary schools will participate: Assured Comfort Heating/Air/Plumbing, Georgia Power, American Red Cross, Assured and Associates Personal Care, Bio-Life, DeNyse Signs, Georgia Highlands College, GreyStone Power; Hannah Solar LLC, Hughes Ray Company, Medline, Mercer University and Ra-lin. [More info]
SEC and ACC Virtual Career Fair |April 5 and 6
Students and alumni from 27 universities, across all majors and degrees, can meet employers live online in a free virtual event by CareerEco. For Georgia, the fair is open only to students and alumni of Georgia Tech and The University of Georgia to participate in these chat sessions. [Register]
Powder Springs Youth Work Experience Sign-Up | April 6, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Ford Center, 4181 Atlanta St. behind the Powder Springs Library.
Youth job seekers are invited to attend this free event. [More info]
Certified Teacher Job Fair by DeKalb County School District | April 16, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Peachtree Middle School, 4664 N. Peachtree Road, Atlanta.
Marietta City Schools Invitation-Only Job Fair | April 30
Invitations will be distributed based on district needs and applicant qualifications. [Apply]
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