February 15, 2008

Healthcare Career Fair set for Tuesday

Free admission for all jobseekers

WARWICK , R.I. Where else can you find medical companies holding on-the-spot interviews? And, in the same location, get expert advice on how to nail an interview? Only at the projoJobs Nursing & Allied Healthcare Career Fair, Tuesday, February 19th, 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, Warwick.

The career event, hosted by The Providence Journal, is free to all jobseekers.

Free seminars on bringing "authentic, empowered expression" to your interview will be conducted by life and business coach Kerry Cudmore at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Pre-register for the projoJobs Nursing & Allied Healthcare Career Fair online at projoJobs.com/careerfair. A full list of exhibitors and seminar details are posted online as well.


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