A manufacturing job could be waiting for you at today’s job fair

Job FairLAKE WORTH — Looking for a manufacturing job?

One could possibly be waiting for you at today Florida Manufacturing Career Fair, scheduled for today from 9 a.m. to noon at Palm Beach State College‘s campus west of Lake Worth.

Veterans with ID may enter the fair early, from 8:30 to 9 a.m. The career fair is free, open to the public and being held in the Conference Center at
Public Safety Training Center,

Attendees are encouraged to register in advance at the EmployFlorida Marketplace for express entry into the event and to bring copies of their resume.

The fair will be the third Florida Manufacturing Career Fair at PBSC in just over a year. Exhibiting employers will include Aerotek, Brown Distributing, EDS Air Conditioning, SolarTech Universal, Cloth Promotions Plus and Express Pros.

Attendees also can learn about PBSC programs in various industrial trades and advanced manufacturing areas.

The fairs are part of the Florida TRADE Consortium’s statewide “Drive to 1,000” campaign to place 1,000 Florida TRADE students and others into advanced manufacturing jobs. PBSC is a member of the Florida TRADE Consortium, a coalition of 13 state and community colleges with the mission to deliver accelerated technical training programs for jobs in advanced manufacturing. The training programs are funded by a U.S. Department of Labor grant awarded in 2012.

To learn more about the fair, visit www.palmbeachstate.edu/AdvancedManufacturingGrant or call 561-868-3864.

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