WorkSource sets veterans jobs fair Aug. 16

  • Wednesday, August 7, 2019 11:54am
  • Business

WorkSource hosts a veterans jobs fair on Friday, Aug. 16, in Auburn, 2702 I St. NE.

WorkSource is looking for businesses that are hiring. There is no fee to participate.

The fair is for veterans only from 10 to 11 a.m., and for all job seekers after 11.

All StarZ Staffing, Amtrak, and Around the Sound, the United States Census Bureau, Q Analysts, and Swire Coca Cola are among participating employers.

Contact Nora Wallace at lwallace@esd.wa.gov if your business is interested.

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