INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Today at 11:00a.m., Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN) and Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold will hold a press conference at Indiana Wesleyan University’s Indianapolis campus to announce the 2009 H.I.R.E. Job Fair – Help Indiana Regain Employment.
With unemployment in Indiana continuing to rise, Congressman Burton and other elected officials are working together to facilitate the 2009 H.I.R.E. Job Fair, an event that will be open to any Hoosier who is seeking employment. Today’s press conference will launch a campaign to encourage Indiana businesses to participate.
WHAT: Press conference in Indianapolis to announce the 2009 H.I.R.E. Job Fair – Help Indiana Regain Employment.
WHO: Congressman Dan Burton and Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold. State Senators Gary Dillon, Travis Holdman, Luke Kenley, and State Representative Eric Turner will attend unless they have assignments that require them to stay at the Indiana State House.
WHEN: TODAY at 11:00a.m.
WHERE: Main lobby, Indiana Wesleyan University’s Indianapolis Campus, 3777 Priority Way Drive South, Indianapolis, IN 46240.
FACTS ABOUT 2009 H.I.R.E. Job Fair:
When: 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. on Monday, June 29, 2009
Where: Student Center, Indiana Wesleyan University, 4201 S. Washington St., Marion, IN 46952
Who: Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN), in conjunction with Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold, State Senators Gary Dillon, Travis Holdman, Luke Kenley, and State Representative Eric Turner, are inviting unemployed Hoosiers and hiring businesses to participate in the job fair.
This Job Fair will be FREE for all participants and will be an excellent opportunity for businesses to meet with people seeking full-time, part-time or other types of positions. Hoosiers from across Indiana are invited to come hunting for jobs at the fair.
Businesses may register for space at the job fair at burton.house.gov or by calling Elizabeth Tapia or David Burian at 317-848-0201.
Businesses must have a minimum of one job opening in order to register for this event.
Businesses will be provided one table and two chairs during the event.
Source: Office of Congressman Dan Burton