Job Fair at Brookdale on Friday

Spring Job Fair at Brookdale Community College, April 2014. file photo by Art Gallagher

Monmouth County residents looking for work or a new career have the opportunity to meet with over 150 employers looking for local talent on Friday, April 12 from 10 am till 1 pm at Brookdale Community College, thanks to the Board of Freeholders, Monmouth County Workforce Development Board, Monmouth County Division of Workforce Development, New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Monmouth-Ocean Development Council and Brookdale Community College, Deputy Freeholder Director Patrick Impreveduto announced.

“Top employers throughout the Monmouth County area will be looking to hire qualified candidates at this spring job fair,” said Deputy Director Patrick Impreveduto, liaison to the County’s Division of Workforce Development. “The job fairs at Brookdale are one of the many ways the County directly helps residents while also working to strengthen our local businesses and companies.”

The job fair will be held in the  Collins Arena, 765 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft.

“If you are a job seeker who is unable to attend this particular job fair, you can find a variety of career services through the County’s American Job Centers,” Impreveduto said. “The American Job Centers, which are located in Eatontown and Neptune, provide resources like career counseling and resume instruction for people looking to find new employment.”

Employers interested in more information should call 732-683-8850 ext. 3711 or email the job fair coordinator at [email protected].

Posted: April 11th, 2019 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “Job Fair at Brookdale on Friday”

  1. Dirty Hippie said at 8:44 am on April 12th, 2019:

    Art, please write about James Keenan, a Hazlet resident and a retired Middletown, NJ police officer. As per Pacer.gov, Keenan recently entered into a plea agreement with the US Government. Keenan has agreed to plead guilty in US District Court in Oregon to one count of Coercion and Enticement, a felony. The maximum penalty for that offense is 20 years in prison. The sentencing guidelines, however, recommend a sentence of between 51 to 63 months in prison. (Sentencing guidelines are only advisory. Federal judges can sentence a defendant to anything up to the maximum amount of prison time the law allows. Judges are also free to sentence the defendant to something below what the sentencing guidelines recommend.)

    I trust your readers will be interested in reading about this matter. Just a suggestion.