HUD Alabama Field Office And The Housing Authority Of Birmingham To Held A Virtual Career Fair
Alabama Field Office along with HABD held a virtual career fair to let the residents know about the current openings of virtual career fairs.
The housing authority of Birmingham district and the Alabama field office held a joint virtual career for residents on April 6. The residents attending the career fair can learn about the host of opportunities in their community and can accordingly connect to career support services.
Despite the event being virtual, the residents had an opportunity to attend the event in person at 12 diverse locations and many residents took advantage of this opportunity also.
All the 180 attendees were welcomed by the Regional Administrator, Jose Alvarez. Some of the employers in the virtual career fair were Dollar General, Snelling, Frito Lay, Waffle Housing, Buffalo Rock, Publix, Nucor, Birmingham water works, and the University of Alabama. Detailed information about the current openings was provided by the employees. Besides this, the employees also answered questions from the attendees.
Numerous organizations were also present in the virtual career fair such as the Alabama Department of Human Resources, Alabama Workforce Training Center, The Salvation Army, and Lawson State Community College.
Kenneth Free said, “We are very happy with the turnout and being able to bring these employers to the HABD residents so they can ask questions directly to them”.
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Department of Housing and Urban Development. “HUD Alabama Field Office And Housing Authority Of Birmingham District Held Joint Virtual Career Fair”. HUD, April 13, 2023, Alabama Stories
Last Updated: September 20, 2021