Ald. Chantia Lewis
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Alderwoman Lewis invites residents to unique job fair opportunity

The companies will be interviewing on the spot for many different available positions.

By - Sep 26th, 2016 04:37 pm
Havenwoods Economic Development Corporation presents the inaugural Engine: A Conference for Makers & Manufacturers

Havenwoods Economic Development Corporation presents the inaugural Engine: A Conference for Makers & Manufacturers

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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