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Pierce College presents 2015 Employment and Education Fair

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The Job Connections offices at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom and Pierce College Puyallup present their 2015 Employment and Education Fairs May 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Fort Steilacoom) and May 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Puyallup).

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The Job Connections offices at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom and Pierce College Puyallup present their 2015 Employment and Education Fairs May 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Fort Steilacoom) and May 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Puyallup).

The job fair at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom will be located in the Cascade building third floor entry area and fourth floor lobby, 9401 Farwest Drive SW, Lakewood. The Puyallup Pierce College job fair will be located in the College Center building second floor entry area and first floor dining commons, 1601 39th Ave. S.E.

The job fairs are open to anyone seeking employment. Student status at Pierce College is not required. More than 30 employers are registered to attend the job fairs. Job seekers are asked to arrive dressed for success and with resumés in hand. According to the Job Connections office, there will be time and space for employers to accept resumés from job seekers and conduct interviews or screening interviews.

Some of the employers expected to attend at either or both job fairs include Comcast, Franciscan Health System, Pierce County Sheriff's Department, the U.S. Army and the YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap counties.

The day prior to each job fair, a pre-event LinkedIn beginner workshop will be presented from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Pierce College Fort Steilacoom pre-event will occur May 12 in the Rainier building, room 262. The pre-event at Pierce College Puyallup will occur May 19 in the College Center building, room 274.

"The fair has a two-fold mission," said Diana Baker, spokeswoman for the Job Connections offices. "It's a great opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to seek jobs, as well as enabling community members to learn about education programs that will lead to these employment opportunities."

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