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More Than 80 Employers Expected At One City Celebrations North District Job Fair

NEWPORT NEWS-The annual One City Celebrations North District Job Fair is scheduled for Thursday, December 15 from 10am to 2pm at Denbigh Community Center, 15198 Warwick Blvd.

Sharon Scott, a member of the Newport News City Council, is once again partnering with Virginia Career Works, Hampton Roads Workforce Council, and Virginia Employment Commission on the event, which has been held for more than two decades.

More than 80 employers are expected to participate in this year’s job fair. Among those looking to hire new employees are the City of Newport News, Hampton University, Hampton Roads Transit, Riverside Health System, Newport News Shipbuilding, Ulta Beauty, and more.

One City Celebrations North District Job Fair is free and open to the public. Guests are asked to bring their resume as well as a non-perishable food item for the One City Celebrations Food Drive.

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