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16 employers slated for MO Career Center job fair

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The Missouri Career Center will hold its Career Morning event tomorrow, allowing jobseekers to speak with representatives from 16 area employers. The center typically holds two or three job fairs a year.

Holly Cuoco, business representative for the Missouri Career Center, said the center tries to select organizations that are currently hiring.

The represented businesses will be:
  • Expedia;
  • Integrity Home Care;
  • Isabel's House;
  • JP Morgan Chase & Co.;
  • Missouri Department of Corrections;
  • Oxford HealthCare;
  • Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr Pepper Bottling Co.;
  • Ozarks Community Hospital;
  • Springfield ReManufacturing Corp.;
  • TeleTech;
  • T-Mobile;
  • Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems:
  • Wyndham;
  • City Utilities;
  • UnitedHealth Group; and
  • Missouri State University.

"We try to do a variety of smaller employers and larger (employers)," Cuoco said, adding that any employers that want to be part of future Career Morning events should contact the center.

Those interested in coming to the event should bring a résumé and come dressed in interview attire, ready to ask questions of the employers, she said.

"They'll have access to HR directors," Cuoco said. "It's an opportunity to put their best foot forward."

She added that the event aids the Springfield area by attempting to keep talented, freshly graduated jobseekers interested in staying.

The event - to be held from 9-11:30 a.m. at the Missouri Career Center, 1514 S. Glenstone Ave. - is sponsored by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

The Missouri Career Center, which also has an office in Branson, assists employers with economic growth and provides a resource for jobseekers, Cuoco said.
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