Job fair being held at Toyota Center
HOUSTON -- This community event is sponsored by The Employment Guide®, Toyota Center, Houston Area Urban League, AARP Foundation, , Rumbo and H&R Block.
We are excited to be hosting a free General and Healthcare Career Fair and Blood Drive sponsored by Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center on Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at the Toyota Center Downtown 1510 Polk Street Houston, Texas 77002 event hours are from 10am to 3pm.
This is opportunity to meet with over 50 of Houston's top companies; the Sponsors of this event want to help you find the job that is right for you. We have mobilized many of Houston's Professionals for this event that will be on site to help you find new opportunities. Come and participate and find a new career at our job fair. While you are here give the gift that saves lives; donate to the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center Blood Drive.
Job seekers unable to attend can visit Employmentguide.com to search for job openings in the Houston area, email their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply pick up a copy of The Employment Guide®.
For information and for a complete list of companies updated weekly click on Employmentguide.com and then job fairs or contact email@example.com Phone: 832-494-2905 / mobile 713-213-7618
About The Employment Guide®:
The Employment Guide® is a weekly employment publication offering comprehensive recruiting solutions for employers looking to fill hourly positions. With distribution of over 2 million copies per week across 64 major metropolitan areas nationwide, 200+ job fairs, and an award-winning website, EmploymentGuide.com®, we offer employers the widest range of recruiting solutions.
Dominion Enterprises, Inc. owns The Employment Guide®, EmploymentGuide.com®, Healthcareerweb.com® and Dominion Distribution Services, along with more than 650 classified publications, including, For Rent, and Harmon Homes.
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