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Huge regional job fair in Huntsville March 21

More than 125 employers registered with more than 3,100 available jobs

HUNTSVILLE - The Alabama Career Center System, in partnership with WAFF 48 News and the City of Huntsville, will host a regional job fair on Tuesday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville (Von Braun Center, South Hall 1, 700 Monroe St. Huntsville, AL 35801). The job fair is free and open to the public.

More than 125 employers are scheduled to attend, including: Teledyne Brown Engineering, Regions Bank, Aerojet Rocketdyne, GE Aviation, Polaris, Belk, Wal-Mart, Home Depot and more. More than 3,100 available jobs are represented.

The job fair is free and open to the public. Jobseekers are encouraged to pre-register online at www.labor.alabama.gov/jobfair. Pre-registering will allow for faster entry, and participants are strongly encouraged to print their confirmation and bring it with them to the job fair or to save their confirmation email on their phones. Jobseekers may also register onsite.

Employers who wish to register for the job fair can also visit www.labor.alabama.gov/jobfair or contact the Huntsville Career Center at 256-851-0537.  There is no charge for employers to participate.

“We are excited to host our first regional job fair in North Alabama,” said Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington. “A huge variety of employers have registered for the job fair, encompassing all sorts of career fields, such as engineering, hospitality, banking, retail, education, and more. All of them have available jobs to fill – it’s one of our requirements to participate. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking for a job or looking for a change in career.

“We are especially thankful for the continued cooperation and enthusiasm of our partners in this event, WAFF 48 News, Mayor Tommy Battle, and the City of Huntsville. The dedication and collaboration between local governments, state government, and private industry is what makes these job fairs a success,” said Washington.

“Huntsville has one of the most highly skilled workforces in the country. This regional job fair presents a terrific opportunity for job-seekers to connect with the many industries and businesses looking for quality employees,” said Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle.

Applicants should come to the job fair with multiple copies of their résumés. They should be prepared to interview and should be dressed professionally.

The Alabama Career Center System’s mobile career center along with staff from the area career centers will be onsite at the job fair to assist jobseekers in applying for jobs.