Voices Against Violence Coalition - Job & Resource Fair
Thursday, January 23, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)
The Peace For Change Alliance, Voices Against Violence Coalition and The Office of Alderwoman Milele Coggs would like to take this opportunity to invite you to the 1st Annual Job Fair, scheduled on Thursday, January 23, 2014 from 9:00-12:00PM.
The location for this event will be the Clinton Rose Center (Coffee Break and set up will begin at 8:00AM for Employers.)
Amenities, extensive break out space for application completion and excellent parking.
The Job Fair will bring in hundreds of job candidates with general, advanced and professional skills and experience. Get maximum results and conserve resources by condensing your recruiting efforts in this one-day event. We will pre-screen felons who will be a great asset to your organization as well we will have on-site bonding for your organization.
• Meet face to face with job candidates;
• Profile employment opportunities your organization has to offer;
• Build your resume database for current and planned recruiting initiatives;
• Gain exposure and visibility at the Winter Job Fair for new and expanding
• Network with local and regional employers at the noon Business Luncheon
Contact us today to reserve your space. Registration will end at noon, January 17th. There is not a fee for this particular job fair, however registration is required. Your table will be ready for you upon arrival and the business luncheon at noon and all advertising of the event is at no cost to your business.
Please call Tracey at 414-502-7296 or Cyrena Martin 414-517-5892 with any questions or needs you may have. Registration is required so please fill out this online form.
Tracey Dent- President of Peace for Change Alliance and Voices Against Violence Coalition
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Stop the Violence Coalition
Our mission is to reduce violence in the City of Milwaukee and its surrounding areas. We are a coalition of Community & Faith-based Organizations, Business Owners, Community Leaders, and Citizens of Milwaukee, WI whose collective passion, commitment, energy and expertise are focused on reducing violence and helping the community to make their neighborhoods a safer place to live. We gain strength for this vital work through one another’s faith; and are certain our inclusive, collective efforts will prevail.
Mobilize community involvement to support victim restoration, reduce offender recidivism, create opportunities for restoration, and prevent further violence.