Career Center of the Southeast's free weekly virtual career fair to help thousands looking for work

Posted at 8:08 AM, Aug 12, 2020

VIRGINIA - Career Center of the Southeast, a national career fair company, has sponsored another free virtual career fair scheduled for Wednesday, August 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Avalon Bay, Amerilife, and Career Center. The companies have multiple positions.

The organization plans to hold virtual events weekly until the goal is reached.

The event is free to the public and will provide opportunities for career seekers to submit resumes and talk virtually with hiring managers. Job and Career Seekers will need to log into their website to attend.

The purpose of this event is to provide resources for people looking for employment and resume assistance. Career Center of the Southeast’s mission in 2020 is to place 20,020 people back to work safely and providing a safe search.

The Career Center of the Southeast is a Black-owned national career fair company, based in North Carolina. Their mission is to provide diverse resources to empower career seekers to achieve sustainable employment.

Career Center says they have held hundreds of successful career fairs and hiring events, placing thousands back to work across the United States. Some of the events are more general, while others are for targeted industries involving a specific applicant pool.

To find out more information and to see which companies are hiring, click here.