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DOL hosts job expo in Mitchell Co.

Camilla, GA - The Georgia Department of Labor's (GDOL) Camilla Career Center, along with several other local organizations, will sponsor a career and resource expo for employers, veterans, and other job seekers until 1:00 p.m. today at American Legion Post No. 141, located at 141 Legion Dr. in Camilla.

The Camilla Chamber of Commerce, the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, and the Mitchell-Baker Employer Committee are also involved.

Employer committees are groups of local business representatives who establish and maintain working relationships between employers and GDOL career centers.

The career and resource expo will feature a number of employers, educational institutions, and resource agencies that provide assistance to job seekers. Some employers will be hiring, while others will be discussing possible future employment opportunities.

 Local veteran employment representatives will also be available to assist veterans with individual job search and career assistance. Applicants should bring multiple copies of their resumes and be prepared to fill out company applications and interview for available jobs.

Employers, educational institutions, and resource agencies expected to participate in the event include: Albany Police Department, ATS Professional Learning Center, City of Albany's Human Resources Department, Equity Group, Georgia Department of Corrections, Jay and Jay Health Care Agency, Lowe's Companies, PARC-Georgia Department of Corrections, Mitchell County Hospital, Pelham Parkway Nursing Home, Right From the Start Medicaid, Southwest Georgia Technical College, Trident University International, and Walden University.

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