Skip to comments.City to Host Job Fair [Noblesville, Indiana]
Posted on 09/23/2010 9:00:49 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The mayor of Noblesville is planning to hold a job fair. John Ditslear says the November event is an effort to connect employers with people searching for a job. He also says the Legacy Fund is donating four $1,500 continuing education scholarships that will be awarded at the job fair.
In an effort to connect people searching for a job with employers looking to hire, Mayor John Ditslear will be hosting a Job Fair at the Hamilton County 4-H Exhibition Center (2003 E. Pleasant Street) on Tuesday, November 9 from 10am 4pm. Mayor Ditslear announced the Job Fair at his annual State of the City speech yesterday. Many talented, skilled, and dedicated people in this country have been searching for a job, some for a few years now. I felt we could help this situation on a local level by holding a Job Fair, said Mayor Ditslear.
While planning for this event, many community partners have stepped forward to assist with this project to ensure a beneficial event for job seekers and employers alike. The Hamilton County Commissioners, the Legacy Fund, WorkOne, Ball State University, the Hamilton County Alliance, all Chambers of Commerce in Hamilton County, and the Hamilton County Convention & Visitors Bureau are all working hard with the City of Noblesville to ensure the success of the Job Fair. Special thanks go to the Legacy Fund which is donating four $1500 continuing education scholarships to be randomly awarded at the Job Fair. Two will be for job fair attendees and two will be for exhibiting employers to pay for job-specific training for one or more of their employees.
Employers looking to hire who would like to exhibit at the Job Fair are invited to call the Noblesville Economic Development Department at (317) 776-6345 for additional information.
About The City of Noblesville
As the seat of Hamilton County government, the City of Noblesvilles origins date back to the early 1800s. With approximately 45,000 residents, Noblesville offers a rich combination of residential, business, educational, and cultural opportunities. Noblesville was recently chosen as one of the top five places to retire in the United States in a recent column by personal finance writer Liz Pulliam Weston, was named by Family Circle magazine as one of the ten best towns in the United States for families, was named the tenth best community in America in the book Best Places To Raise Your Family by author Bert Sperling, and was ranked in the top 100 of Forbes Magazines list of Americas fastest growing suburbs. For more information, please visit www.cityofnoblesville.org.
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