Released: October 26, 2016
Resource and Career Fair on Thurs., Nov. 3 from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Jemez Rooms.
The free public event will kick off with a Color Guard Ceremony at 3 p.m. and welcome from Veterans Resource Specialist Gregory Scargall. This year’s event includes a career fair with information on new benefits and programs for vets, veteran-owned business support, education benefits and veterans’ family services. There will also be a special exhibit of art by William Pura. SFCC’s Center for Academic Transitions will promote career services programs and AARP Foundation’s Back to Work 50+ Women’s Economic Stability Initiative. There will also be information about academic programs and scholarships. Families are encouraged to attend.
These are some of the participating organizations:
- American Veterans for Equal Opportunity
- Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center
- Fairway Mortgage
- Full Battle Rattle
- Goodwill Industries
- Heritage Hotels and Resorts
- Institute for American Indian Art (IAIA)
- Keller Williams Realty
- Los Alamos Medical Center
- Los Alamos National Bank
- New Mexico Department of Veterans Services
- New Mexico Highlands University
- New Mexico Workforce Solutions/Sun Path
- New Mexico Film Office
- Nurses with Heart Home Care
- Presbyterian Medical Services
- Sam’s Club
- Santa Fe Community Housing Trust
- Santa Fe County Human Resources
- Santa Fe Higher Education Center
- Santa Fe Vet Center
- Santa Fe Workforce Connection
- SFCC Career Services & AARP Back to Work 50+ Women’s Economic Stability Initiative
- SFCC Center for Diversity and Integrated Learning
- Social Security Administration
- Sunrise Springs Resort
- University of Phoenix
- S. Army
- S. Customs and Border Protection
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park
- Women Veterans of New Mexico.
For more information, contact Gregory Scargall at 505-428-1305 or email@example.com.
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