TN Job Fair – Manufacturers Wanted

Hosted by Ft. Campbell

The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry has been partnering with two organizations at Ft. Campbell, OperationNext and Campbell Strong, to help transitioning service men and women get connected to manufacturing jobs across Tennessee for when they leave military service.  To this end, The Chamber is helping support a job fair on August 13th at Ft. Campbell focused solely on manufacturing.  
There is no cost to have a booth at the job fair, so if you would like to participate, please click here to complete the questionnaire, no later than August 5.  The questionnaires will be used to create a company guide book that will be distributed to the soldiers prior to the event, so they will have a better idea of the booths they might want to visit.
The Tennessee Chamber will also be contacting the local area chambers to supply community information for the back of the flyer as part of the recruitment process.  
This is a great opportunity to recruit excellent employees to your company and community. 


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