Please spread the word among job seekers, including UW-Green Bay students who will be graduating in December. The Greater Green Bay Chamber is taking a lead role on filling the workforce development gap by hosting a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in partnership with The Business News and the Wisconsin Job Center. During this two-hour virtual event the Chamber will host up to 50 employers who are seeking to fill positions at their organizations. The Chamber will host up to 450 potential job seekers who will choose which companies they want to talk to. The job seekers will choose up to eight employers and will be virtually sent around the Zoom rooms to talk with employers. Representatives from the employers will present what openings they have, what they are looking for in a candidate and how job seekers can apply. There are many opportunities for organizations and individuals to be involved.https://www.greatergbc.org/events/line-on-work-virtual-job-fair/.
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