Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Christian Light Missionary Baptist Church today announced a Long Beach Job Fair will take place on Thursday, September 24th from 10am to 1pm at the Long Beach Martin Luther King Center, located at 615 Riverside Boulevard in Long Beach. Employers from across Long Island will be seeking candidates for positions in the following industries: nursing homes and hospitals, Armed Forces, hospitality, sales, banking, financial services/insurance, retail and much more. There is no charge for admission and parking is free.
County Executive Mangano stated, “My administration remains committed to continuing to help our Nassau County residents find meaningful employment opportunities as well as helping our local businesses recruit qualified employees in a large variety of industries. I commend the Christian Light Missionary Baptist Church for hosting the Long Beach Job Fair and remind residents that employment opportunities are also available on the free NassauWorks application for their smartphone and tablet.”
Christian Light Missionary Baptist Church Deacon-in-Training Marcus Tinker stated, “Our goal in hosting this job fair is to assist individuals throughout the community in finding employment. We are seeking employers and businesses that are currently looking to hire individuals with relevant work experience and education for full-time and part-time positions to participate in the job fair.”
Long Beach Job Fair organizers include the Evangel-Revival Community Church; New Life Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ; Concerned Citizens of North Park; NAACP – Long Beach Chapter; and the Long Beach Martin Luther King Center. The job fair is also sponsored by Congresswoman Kathleen Rice; Nassau County Legislator Denise Ford; Nassau County Acting District Attorney Madeline Singas; State Assemblyman Todd Kaminsky; the City of Long Beach and Nassau County Council of Thought and Action – Hempstead.
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