The Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (EMCCC) is holding a business expo and job fair on Nov. 10 from 4–7 PM. The event is at the Blue Bell campus of Montgomery County Community College, in the Health Sciences Center gymnasium.
Opportunity for All
It is an opportunity for both job seekers and businesses with available positions in an open, friendly setting augmented by local restaurants’ food-tasting stations.
Area professionals of all levels (including students) will be able to interact with hiring organizations representing a variety of fields, including:
- Local businesses
- Major employers
- Community centers
- Public-service organizations
- Educational institutions
The event will also have an onsite photographer taking professional head shots.
Admission is free for those seeking to connect with employers.
Employers with Open Positions
For area businesses in need of personnel, the business expo/job fair is an ideal setting for attracting talent and showcasing a company or organization.
Benefits in participating include:
- Increased brand awareness
- Access to talent and business partnerships, both in the same location
- Connection to students who are eager for jobs and internships
- The opportunity to demonstrate corporate/organizational strengths and areas of expertise to students and more than 65 local businesses, career resource centers, public service organizations, educational facilities
Booths come with a six-foot-long skirted table, two chairs, pipe-and-drape separators, signage, and a listing in the event’s advertising guide.
These amenities are available for upgrade to business sponsor; more information is available by phone (215.887.5122) or email.
A “Must-Attend” Event
Wendy Klinghoffer, EMCCC Executive Director, said, “We are very excited to bring this opportunity to local businesses to showcase their businesses and find some of the terrific employees here in the county.
“This is a must-attend event.”
A job fair is an excellent opportunity for those who are prepared; this video may help some Nov. 10 attendees at the EMCCC event.