Michigan Works! and NMC to Host Technology Career Fair April 12
TRAVERSE CITY, MI—The 7th Annual Technology Career Fair in Traverse City is expanding this year to include Information Technology (IT) , Visual Communications, Engineering Technology, and Welding Technology. Local employers in those fields will be at the Career Fair recruiting qualified candidates for current open positions and internships. The April 12 event is being hosted by Northwest Michigan Works! and Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) and will run from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at NMC’s Hagerty Center located at 715 East Front Street. Along with local employers, the career fair will include information and resources for people considering technology careers.
Employers participating in the Technology Career Fair include: Advanced Computer Solutions, Bay Motor Products, Bridge Tool & Die, Britten, Century Inc, Corbin Design, EJ, Electro-Optics Technology, Grand Traverse Resort and Casinos, Great Lakes Stainless, Inacomp Computer Centers, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Knorr Marketing, Mesa Labs, Michigan Scientific Corporation, Plascon Group, RJG, Rockstar Enterprises, SafetyNet, Shoreline Fruit, Skilled Manufacturing, Star Cutter Company, Strata Design, Thompson Surgical, Tyson, UA Local 85 Plumbers and Steamfitters, and more.
Representatives from Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) and Ferris State University (FSU) will also be available to answer questions about education and training opportunities for anyone interested in technology careers.
Job seekers attending the event should be prepared for a professional, onsite interview. Those who pre-register will have their résumés sent to employers before the event. To pre-register or to find more information about the event, go to: nmc.edu/tech-career-fair.
Employers can participate in the event free of charge. To register they should contact Anna Mouser at email@example.com or 231.929.5067.
The Technology Career Fair is being sponsored by Northwest Michigan Works!, Networks Northwest, and NMC.
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Networks Northwest always proves to be a valued resource for our local government planning efforts. No organization does a better job of convening partners, promoting collaboration, and reporting on the data than does Networks NorthwestTy Wessell, Leelanau County Commissioner