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Hudson County Jaycees Job and Resource Fair 2011
Jaycees open registration for hiring companies: “Jersey City Job Fever.”
The Hudson County chapter of the Jaycees has officially opened registration for their “Jersey City Job Fever” event to be held from 10am to 2:30pm on Friday, February 4, 2011 at New Jersey City University in partnership with the state’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development, New Jersey City University’s Small Business Development Center, OneStop and Steve Fulop, Jersey City Councilman.
Hudson County Jaycees Job Fair Chairperson, Rita Linterno, explains the timing of the announcement, “As companies wrap up their books for the year, they begin to see their personnel needs more clearly. We timed Jersey City Job Fever to cater to successful companies that require more employees for future growth in 2011.”
The Jaycees previously held a successful career fair in Hoboken in June of 2010. “Our partnership with the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development will allow us to take this career fair to the next level with more companies, more jobseekers and more jobs,” said Jaycees Chapter President Zach Edelman.
Companies with salaried or hourly-wage positions open or opening are encouraged to register now. For questions or to register for the event, contact the Hudson County Jaycees at email@example.com or (347)735-4679.
About the Jaycees:
The Hudson County Jaycees are a community-based, non-profit organization that is committed to providing value to the communities of Hudson County and to our active members. Also known as the Junior Chamber of Commerce, we are a group of active young professionals between the ages of 18 – 41 focusing on several core areas, such as Community Outreach, Networking, Philanthropy, Professional Development and Social Affairs. Our active members develop leadership, organizational and management skills while giving back to the community. We develop tomorrow’s leaders through the act of service today. Visit us at hudsoncountyjaycees.org