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JOB FAIR: Hiring Our Heroes In Spokane

KHQ.COM - The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, along with lead sponsors University of Phoenix and Walmart, will host Hiring Our Heroes Spokane, a hiring fair for veterans and military spouses. More than 70 employers are expected to participate with jobs available for veterans and military spouses of all ranks and levels of experience.

Companies range from America's biggest employers to dozens of small companies from the region. The event will also include a free Hiring Our Heroes employment workshop that features one-on-one mentoring sessions on resume building, job search tools, and interviewing techniques for all job seekers.

Since Hiring Our Heroes began in March 2011, more than 1,200 companies have hired 20,200 veterans and military spouses as a result of more than 600 hiring fairs. In March 2012, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Chamber Foundation, and Capital One launched Hiring 500,000 Heroes, a national campaign to engage the business community in committing to hire half a million veterans and military spouses by the end of 2014. Thus far, more than 1,000 businesses of all sizes have pledged to hire 235,000 heroes toward this goal. To date, 119,000 hires have been confirmed toward this goal.

Hiring Our Heroes- Spokane

  • Friday, September 20, 2013
  • 10am – 2pm, Workshop begins at 9am
  • Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N. Havana St, Spokane, WA

Interested job seekers should register for free at hoh.greatjob.net. Walk in job seekers are allowed, veterans must provide proof of service.

This hiring event is being held partnership with the Washington Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, The U.S. Department of Labor Veterans' Employment and Training Service, The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, The American Legion, and other local partners.  

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