This is all about you and your future. If you’re looking for a change, need a better job, or want to get started on a new career, now is the time! Don’t miss the 2022 MEGA Military Hiring Event this Wednesday, May 4th from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Killeen Civic & Conference Center.
What Kind of Companies Are Hiring?
Over 90 local, regional, and national companies will be at the job fair. Openings are available in all types of industries, including:
- Accounting & Finance
- Advertising & Marketing
- Art, Fashion & Design
- Animal Care
- Computer & IT
- Customer Service
- Energy & Mining
- Entertainment & Travel
- Farming & Outdoors
- Human Resources
- Law Enforcement
- Maintenance & Repair
- Manufacturing & Warehouse
- Media, Communications & Writing
- Protective Services
- Transportation & Logistics
- Real Estate
- Restaurant & Hospitality
- Sales & Retail
- Science & Engineering
- Social Services & Nonprofit
- Sports, Fitness & Recreation
What to Wear to a Career Fair
Dress for success! A business suit with pants or skirt is always appropriate. Be dressed for a potential job interview. Don’t forget to bring plenty of resumes, business cards (if you have some), and make sure you smile!
Killeen Civic & Conference Center is located at 3601 South WS Young Drive in Killeen. This event is free and open to the public. Parking is free and there is no charge to post your resume on the New Beginning Career Fairs website. For questions or more information, call 210-400-1653.
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