Tacoma Goodwill has announced their first free career planning conference, followed by their 2013 job fair. The series is designed to help job seekers with career planning and employment.
Develop a career plan based upon your areas of interest. Breakout sessions include financial education/budgeting, career success, interview preparation, ways to prepare for college, college 101, using social media for career advancement, overcoming disabilities, and strategies for mature workers. Sponsored by Washington Women’s Employment & Education, Recovery Innovations, Brandman University, Washington State WorkSource, Suited for Success a Program of Catholic Community Services and Tacoma Goodwill.
The free job fair will be held Aug. 22, 1-4 p.m., at Tacoma Community College Student Services Building 11, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma.
Jump-start your career and get hired. The job fair is open to everyone and will include a special emphasis on assisting women and military veterans. Organizers expect more than 300 job seekers and 25-30 businesses representing youth services, marine industry, banking, grocery, hardware and other retail, education, food service, security and police. Job Fair 2013 is sponsored by Tacoma Community College and Tacoma Goodwill.