FORT HOOD (October 2, 2012)--A career fair Wednesday for military spouses will include short seminars and more than 50 companies looking to hire.
A virtual career fair is also available to youth ages 16-22 as well as disabled military personnel and their families.
The career fair is part of Career Fair Week which runs from Wednesday through Tuesday.
Industries represented will include: financial, government agencies, law enforcement, education, healthcare, customer service, information technology, logistics and customer service.
The fair only lasts from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., but will be packed with information and three seminar mini-sessions.
The seminars will begin at 9:30 a.m. with the first topic to cover how to turn a job fair into a job offer.
At 10:30 a.m. “Think B4U Post” will cover the influence of social media and at 11:00 a.m. a short seminar will be presented on federal careers, specifically the employment process.
For people interested in accessing the youth and college or people with disabilities career expo information, visit the virtual career fair link.
The career fair will be held at Club Hood on 24th Street at the intersection of tank Destroyer Blvd.
Spouses are encouraged to bring copies of their resume.