Senator Fuschillo’s Job Resource Expo Helps Residents Learn the Tools to Obtain a Job
Hundreds Learn About Job Training Programs, Speak With Career Counselors, Have Their Resumes Reviewed, and More
Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo (center) speaks with residents who took advantage of the services offered at his annual Job Resource Expo.
Hundreds of local residents once again came to learn about job training programs, career counseling, and other employment resources as part of Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr.’s annual Job Resource Expo.
“Competition in the job market remains extremely high, which is why we wanted to provide these important services. Through this program, residents learned about different programs and services designed to help improve their chances of obtaining a job and building their career. I’m very pleased that we were able to help so many individuals,” said Senator Fuschillo (R-Merrick).
Representatives from 25 different government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and colleges provided a host of different services to those in attendance. Residents were able to have their resumes reviewed, get information about job training programs, and learn job searching tips & interviewing skills. Information was also provided about upcoming civil service exams, continuing education, social service assistance programs, and starting a small business.
Residents who were unable to attend Senator Fuschillo’s Job Resource Expo but would like information about any of the services that were offered can call Senator Fuschillo’s office at 516-882-0630. Individuals can also learn more about different programs and services for job seekers by visiting Senator Fuschillo’s Online Job Resource Center by clicking here.