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Super Tuesday Virtual Hiring Event Planned For September 14

The Virginia Employment Commission and Virginia Career Works Hampton Center in partnership with the Ft. Eustis Transition Assistance Program will host a Super Tuesday virtual hiring event on Tuesday, September 14 from 10am to noon.

The website will open a day prior to the event to give individuals an opportunity to review company bios and job vacancies, apply for positions, and prep for speaking with recruiters on the day of the event. Additionally, the site will remain active until 8pm the day of the event to enable job seekers to participate who may be unable to attend during the official two-hour timeframe.

This virtual hiring event is open to all job seekers, especially military veterans, spouses, and transitioning service members. More than a dozen employers will be available who are looking to fill more than 150 positions in a variety of fields. To register for the event, click here.

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