Mega Job Fair is coming to Bethpage on October 28

BETHPAGE, NY – Oyster Bay City Supervisor Joseph Saladino and The Workforce Partnership announced that a mega job fair will be held October 28 at the City of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center , located at 1001 Stewart Ave. at Bethpage. Admission is free and parking is free. Veterans admission begins at 9 a.m., while doors for general admission open at 9:30 a.m. The event runs until 1:30 p.m.

Long Island employers will seek candidates for positions that include entry-level and mid-management, licensed professionals, hospitality and restaurant industries, banking, personnel, and individuals with technical and computer science.

“We are proud to have helped thousands of residents find meaningful employment through our career center and private sector job fair,” Saladino said. “The Workforce Partnership and the Town of Oyster Bay are committed to helping residents find meaningful employment opportunities as well as helping local businesses recruit qualified employees. This mega job fair will connect private and public sector employers with job seekers.

The City of Oyster Bay is the administrator of The Workforce Partnership, a consortium of local governments funded by the Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act that provides free resources to employers and job seekers at career centers in Hicksville and Massapequa. These centers help train employees to meet the needs of the private sector, connecting qualified job seekers with employers and helping candidates access job opportunities.

The centers offer resource rooms, which are equipped with state-of-the-art computer workstations with Microsoft software and Internet access. In addition, these centers provide residents with access to job listings, resource materials, photocopiers, fax machines and telephones. The centers offer employability and computer workshops, as well as career counselors who will guide residents in their job search. Computer workshops are taught on-site in modern computer labs. Residents can increase their market value by updating or learning new computer skills at the centers.

For more information about this program and the many other services offered by the city’s Workforce Partnership program, contact (516) 797-4560 or email [email protected]

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