Alderwoman Lewis invites residents to unique job fair opportunity
The companies will be interviewing on the spot for many different available positions.
Alderwoman Chantia Lewis invites all Milwaukee residents to participate in The Interview: A reverse job fair on Thursday, October 6. This unique event will allow job-seekers to hear directly and honestly from some of Milwaukee’s most well-known companies about what it’s like to work for them. The companies will be interviewing on the spot for many different available positions.
“This reverse job fair is a unique and beneficial opportunity for companies and prospective employees alike,” Alderwoman Lewis said. “I encourage all residents searching for a new job to attend and participate.”
This event is free and open to the public. It is part of “The Engine: A Conference for Makers & Manufacturers,” taking place October 2 to 7 and sponsored by Havenwoods Economic Development Corporation and NEWaukee. For more information, and to register, visit: theenginewi.com.
What: The Interview: A reverse job fair
When: 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, October 6
Where: HellermannTyton, 6701 W. Good Hope Rd.
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