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2nd Annual Jobs: Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair

Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts

Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

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Join the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts for the 2nd Annual Jobs: Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair. This signature event is one of the largest of its kind and attracts over 40  employers in high demand industries who are seeking diverse and skilled talent.


The Career Farir and Community Conference provides a strategic venue for companies to make direct contact to thousands of prospective employees. It's also an opportunity for colleges and training programs to recruit potential students for advanced education and certification programs in high demand industries.

 

For a list of companies  attending and more information, visit us on the web at www.ulem.org.


For questions or issues with registration please contact William Watkins at wwatkins@ulem.org.

 

 

Have questions about 2nd Annual Jobs: Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair? Contact Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts

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Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center
1350 Tremont St.
Roxbury, MA 02119

Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EDT)


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Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts

The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts delivers a four-point strategy to its service area to provide, through an underlying core curriculum of Math and English, programs and services, for African Americans and other persons of color, that ensure their improved economic development and increased self-reliance. 

Education and Youth Empowerment: Ensure that youth in the middle and high school grades develop the basic ability in Math and English to take and score well in the pivotal tests that determine their educational and economic future opportunities.

Economic Empowerment: Empower adult learners and employment seekers through the integration of Math and English curriculum methodology with the required tools to attain economic self-sufficiency through job training and sustained employment.

Advocacy and Civil Rights Empowerment: Promote and ensure that our core initiatives, civil rights and elements of empowering self-development are protected by a close watch and organized advocacy campaigns addressing the self-sustaining advances associated with qualified education, employment equity, entrepreneurship and home ownership.

Leverage Strengths, Partnerships and Measurement: Establish alliances through partnerships and collaboration to leverage the strengths of ULEM’s services, program structure and technology base for the mutual benefits and synergy it derives. Establish systems and develop industry required metrics to collect and deliver program and client results.
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