Job seekers invited to ReLaunch Career Fair on July 18 & 19 in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE – The Huntsville/Madison County Chamber is collaborating with the local Alabama Career Center, the Alabama Community College System, local nonprofits, and community agencies to help bridge the gap between the under-resourced job seeker and our employers.

The ReLaunch Career Fair will provide opportunities for individuals who are changing careers, unemployed, underemployed, have dropped out of high school, who are not achieving their full potential, or are in need of a second career chance. Their mission is to assist our local companies in finding capable workers and to empower members of our community by improving their quality of life and financial stability.

This two-day event is free to all job seekers (registration not required). It will be held Monday, July 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. and Tuesday, July 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Jemison High School, located at 5000 Pulaski Pike NW, Huntsville, AL 35810.

Check the list of companies scheduled to be in attendance on hsvchamber.org.

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