Employers recruiting veterans, military personnel at Aug. 8 Career Fair

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More than 40 companies have signed on to take part in a Career Fair geared specifically for veterans and members of the military. These employers will be in Stamford on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 in order to recruit and interview to fill open positions at their companies.


Sponsored by southernctjobs.com, a division of Hearst Media Services CT, and Building and Land Technology (BLT), the event will take place at BLT headquarters, 100 Washington Blvd. in Harbor Point, Stamford from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The event is open to all veterans and current members of the military. Pre-registration is suggested, and can be done by going online to southernctjobs.com or emailing CareerFair@hearstmediact.com.

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