As millions across the country are either returning to the workforce or exploring new career options, Tampa Bay’s Metro Inclusive Health is doing its part to help locals get connected with companies and opportunities in the area. On Wednesday, May 18th, from 10 am – 2 pm, Metro is hosting an inclusive career fair in the Grand Hall of its community health center in Tampa at 2105 N Nebraska Avenue.
Nearly a dozen companies, ranging everywhere from tech to finance to non-profits, will be on hand for the event connecting Tampa area residents to inclusive job opportunities. Interested participants can register through Metro here.
Job seekers are encouraged to dress to impress and bring copies of their resumes. Candidates will be able to network with area organizations, building connections to new career opportunities as they meet and mingle.
This is Metro’s 4th-annual Inclusive Career Fair, a means of furthering the organization’s community-minded mission of providing quality health and wellness services that are inclusive, relevant, supportive and represent the lifetime continuum of the diverse people in our community. Job seekers from throughout the Tampa Bay Area are invited to attend.
The following organizations are among the participating employers for the May 18th Inclusive Career Fair:
- Bank of America
- Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
- Grow Financial
- GTE Financial
- Hays Recruiting Experts Worldwide
- Metro Inclusive Health
- Raymond James
- SunPubs (Caddy’s, MacDintons, etc)
- Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA
Learn more about Metro Inclusive Health here.
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