Nov. 6th – New York City Career Fair for Veterans

salute_pic4Salute Our Heroes™:
Veterans Career Fair and Job Expo

Interview for unprecedented job opportunities at the fourth annual Salute Our Heroes™: Veterans Career Fair and Job Expo providing former servicemen and women and spouses of active-duty military personnel with unprecedented job opportunities and career seminars. Presented by The New York Times and Monster in partnership with leading veterans organizations and government agencies.

Salute Our Heroes™: Veterans Career Fair and Job Expo
Thursday, November 6th
10am – 4pm
Hilton New York
6th Avenue @ 53rd Street.
New York, NY 10019

Event Details: www.nytimes.com/saluteourheroes

Admission: Open to former servicemen and women and spouses of active-duty military personnel

salute_pic3Great opportunities for positions in Sales, Finance, Investment Services, Fashion, Retail, Information Technology, Insurance, Office Administration, Food Services / Hospitality, Law Enforcement and more!

Interview with:

  • The New York Times
  • CAblevision
  • FDNY
  • Homeland Security
  • HSBC
  • IRS
  • ITT Aerospace / Communications
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering
  • MTA
  • New York State Department of Labor
  • NY Harbor Veterans Affairs
  • NY/NJ Veteran’s Affairs
  • NYPD
  • NYU Medical Center
  • US Army
  • VA Department of Vocational Rehabilitation – NY
  • YAI …& more!

Event Details: www.nytimes.com/saluteourheroes


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