(NASHVILLE) — State Senator Bill Ketron (R–Murfreesboro) announced today he has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Labor to host a job fair for the people of Rutherford County and surrounding areas.
The fair, which will include over 29 employers looking to hire, is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8 at Blackman High School on 3956 Blaze Drive in Murfreesboro from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
“I am truly excited to help coordinate this job fair and am grateful to all of the employers who are participating,” said Senator Ketron. “This event will help those who are currently unemployed find work, and I encourage as many people as possible to attend.”
Interested job-seekers are not required to RSVP for this event. Formal resumes and other job experience paperwork are strongly encouraged.
Employers participating in the fair include: A-Z DME, Abacus Staffing, Aid and Assist at Home, All About Care, All-Star Personnel, Armor Roofing of TN, Ascend Federal Credit Union, Automation Personnel Services, Bojangles, Bridgestone, Calsonic Kansei, Elwood Staffing, Hamilton-Ryker, Kelly Services, Leviton Manufacturing, Lowes Home Improvement, Malone Solutions, Metro Industrial, Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency, Nerium International, Nikken, Onin Staffing, People Link Staffing, Primerica, Prologistix, Saks Fifth Avenue, SMX Staffing, Snelling Staffing, Yates Services and more.
Other interested employers are invited to attend by contacting Ron Hammontree, Jr. with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development at 615-741-8892.
Senator Ketron lives in Murfreesboro and represents District 13, which includes areas of Rutherford County.