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September 25, 2012 Business, Local News No Comments

Looking for a job, a change in career? Come to the job fair at the East Brook Mall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28.

Looking for a job, a change in career? Come to the job fair at the East Brook Mall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28.

Experts from the state Department of Labor will be on hand to help job applicants by critiquing their resumés, as well as a representative of the Veterans Administration to help veterans find work.

The fair will include more than 20 employers.

Job opportunities include the health industry, transportation, education and manufacturing. Participating businesses include General Dynamics, EastConn, FedEx Ground, M&M Transport services and U.S. Foods.

Also, four hospitals and several community health centers will talk with job seekers including Windham, Day Kimball, Backus and Natchaug.

Representatives from CTWorks East will also be available to help with your job search.

Questions? Call 860-423-8466, ext. 3314.

The Job Fair is sponsored by the Chronicle, CT Works East, Quinebaug Valley Community College, EWIB, Northeastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce and the Windham Region Chamber of Commerce.

Other business news

From now until Friday, Oct. 5, Applebee’s restaurant in the East Brook Mall location (93 Storrs Road-Route 195)  invites all sports fans and collectors to a silent auction that will benefit Make-A-Wish® of Connecticut.

Participants can visit the restaurant to bid on celebrity photos, sports items and local memorabilia that currently adorn the walls of the restaurant, which will soon be undergoing a renovation.

Posted September 25, 2012 – links added by HTNP Editor Brenda Sullivan

Related links: CT Gov page with many links to resources for a job search http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/gendocs/JobSeekers.html

Windham Region Chamber of Commerce https://www.windhamchamber.com/

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