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IE Job Fair Attracts 500 Local Candidates

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Franceal States of U.S. Colleges (seated) speaks to one of the attendees of the Inland Empire Diversity Job Fair.  The Job Fair, held recently at the San Bernardino Airport Galaxy Center, attracted more than 500 local job seekers and 20 businesses, said Delores Armstead, president of the Inland African American Chamber of Commerce (IAACC). 

ImageThe Job Fair was sponsored by the County of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency, the San Bernardino City Employment and Training Agency, the Inland Empire and the Victor Valley African American Chambers of Commerce, Wild 96.1, 909Models.com, Hispanic Connect, publications including: Black Voice News, Precinct Reporter, WestSide Story and El Chicano plus Dameron Communications.

Armstead said companies who attended the job fair included the County of San Bernardino, Verizon, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Argosy University/Inland Empire. "We are looking forward to the next job fair on Sept. 5 attracting even more local businesses and job seekers," Armstead said.

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