Milwaukee County to Host Job Fair for Veterans Thursday, October 8th
More than 80 employers will be present at the job fair.
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee County will hold the 14th Job Fair for Veterans this Thursday, October 8th, from 9am-1pm at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
More than 80 employers will be present at the job fair, including Harley-Davidson, Briggs and Stratton, Schneider National, and FedEx.
All veteran attendees will be provided a free flash drive, courtesy of the Milwaukee County Veterans Service Office, loaded with forms and files to assist with job applications. Also available at the job fair are computers for filling out online applications and resume-editing assistance from Springfield College.
“Our veterans deserve our gratitude for their sacrifices in service of our nation’s safety and they also deserve our continued support when they come home. That’s why since taking office it’s been one of my top priorities to expand and improve services for veterans and their families,” County Executive Chris Abele said. “And to the many businesses and community partners who will be on hand at the job fair, thank you for your work at this important event.”
Free parking, courtesy of Milwaukee County Parks, will be available in the O’Donnell Parking Structure.
Veterans Job Fair
When: Thursday, October 8th, 9am – 1pm
Where: Milwaukee County War Memorial Center
Free parking for veterans is available at the O’Donnell Parking structure across the street.
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