Hireability Linkage Fair

by Press Release--Camden County College | Aug 20, 2009
Hireability Linkage Fair Employers throughout South Jersey and other parts of the Delaware Valley will receive assistance in filling their job openings along with information to help them promote fairness and equity in the workplace by attending the Southern New Jersey Linkage Fair at Camden County College on Aug. 26.

“Linking Together for a Better America” will be hosted by the United States Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs and hireAbility on CCC’s Blackwood Campus. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, in the Atrium of the Connector Building, which is located off College Drive and Peter Cheeseman Road in Gloucester Township.

HireAbility is a non-profit organization that matches individuals who have disabilities with job openings at local businesses at no charge to applicants or employers. Its New Jersey office has been located on CCC’s Blackwood Campus since 1990.

In addition to the federal Department of Labor, hireAbility and Camden County College, organizations and agencies staffing information booths at the Southern New Jersey Linkage Fair will include the Abilities Center, Advancing Opportunities, the ARC of Camden County, ASI Career Institute, Bancroft NeuroHealth, the Camden City Independent Living Center, Camden County Veterans Affairs, the Camden County Workforce Investment Board, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Experience Works Inc., the Gloucester County Office of Education and Disability Services, Independence Rehab, the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the New Jersey Commission for the Blind, St. John of God Community Services, the Superior Court of New Jersey-Camden Vicinage and Works Rite.

There is no registration or participation fee.

For additional information or to register, contact hireAbility employment manager Angela Lucas by telephone at (856) 374-4921 or via e-mail at alucas@camdencc.edu.

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Author: Press Release--Camden County College


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