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Manufacturing Career Fair

Time: May 18, 2022 from 12:30pm to 4:30pm
Location: Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Street: 95 South Turnpike Rd
City/Town: Wallingford
Website or Map: https://business.quinncham.co…
Phone: 2032699891
Event Type: career, fair
Organized By: Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce
Latest Activity: May 6

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The Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 4th Annual Manufacturing Career Fair, presented by Ulbrich Stainless Steels and Special Metals, on Wednesday, May 18th, from 12:30pm to 4:30pm. The free community event takes place at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre located at 95 South Turnpike Road, Wallingford, CT 06492. The Manufacturing Career Fair is the perfect opportunity for companies and regional talent to connect, filling critical job roles, and giving exhibitors access to talent to build their workforce. Manufacturing companies will showcase not only job opportunities, and their products and services to all attendees.

 

Thomas Curtin, Jr., Corporate Director of Human Resources for Ulbrich Stainless Steels, will be conducting a workshop on “Effective Interviewing Techniques.” Attendees can gather employment information directly from prospective employers in the manufacturing industry.

 

Companies hiring at the Career Fair include the Brook + Whittle, BYK USA, Inc., C. Cowles & Company, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technologies, Connecticut Department of Labor, Connecticut Stone Supplies, Hobson & Motzer, Holo-Krome Company, Infra-Metals Company, Mirion Technologies, Inc., Nucor Steel Connecticut, Inc., Roehm America, LLC, Rowland Advanced Polymer Firms, The Workplace, Times Microwave Systems, Ulbrich Stainless Steels, United Aluminum Corporation, United Concrete Products, Inc., and Workforce Alliance/American Job Center.

 

Additional sponsors of the event include Infra-Metals Company, Allnex, Area Cooperative Educational Services (ACES), Workforce Alliance, Holo-Krome, Outfront Media, and ManufactureCT.


Registration for the event is available at quinncham.com under Programs & Events. For more information about purchasing a booth, contact Mike Anderson at mike@quinncham.com or call 203-269-9891.

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