Addabbo partners with City Comptroller and Central Queens Y for a job fair in Forest Hills this June

As part of his continuing effort to help his constituents find employment, State Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. has partnered with the Central Queens Y and Samuel Field Y, as well as City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office to bring a job fair to Forest Hills this June.

On Friday, June 8, more than 25 companies will be on hand at the Central Queens Y, located at 67-09 108th Street in Forest Hills, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to collect résumés and interview potential candidates for several different positions.

“The job fair is a great opportunity for us to work with local businesses and invite the Queens community to take advantage of our growing and thriving workforce program,” said Danielle Ellman, CEO of the Central Queens Y and Samuel Field Y. “We're really grateful to have the support of our State Senator and City Comptroller in this effort, and we look forward to the opportunities that this event will produce for our community.”

Representatives from companies such as Best Buy, TJ Maxx, Whole Foods, Chase Manhattan Bank, and more will be accepting resumes, as well as companies in fields including government agencies, social services, healthcare, and food service.

“Being able to bring so many reputable companies together with prospective candidates right here in Queens is always a pleasure,” Addabbo said. “Providing job opportunities is always a top priority of my office, and I thank Scott Stringer for his support in this endeavor, and the Central Queens Y for opening their space for this important community event.”

Those interested in participating should come dressed in professional attire and bring plenty of copies of their résumé. To register for the event, visit http://www.cqy.org/forms/cqy-job-fair-2018-registration-form.

For additional questions, please reach out to Denia Tavarez of Central Queens Y at 718-268-5011 ext. 162.