PROSPECT PARK, NJ - Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah and the Borough Council the Borough of Prospect Park, in partnership with the Passaic County One Stop Career Center and United States Census 2020, proudly announce that the first ever Job Fair, will take place on Tuesday, December 17, 2019.  The event will be held at the Prospect Park School No. 1 Gymnasium (94 Brown Avenue, Prospect Park, NJ 07508 – enter through North 9th Street entrance) from 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm. Refreshments will be sponsored and catered by Cafecito.

This exciting event is FREE and open to the public, both Prospect Park residents and non-residents.  The purpose of this event is to offer assistance by connecting job seekers to employers to aid career paths, build professional relationships, and navigate opportunities to change and/or secure employment. 

The annual job fair will feature representatives in fields of healthcare, information technology, social services/non-profit, manufacturing/distribution, accounting/finance, education, sales/retail, public safety, as well as assistance on completing applications, reviewing resumes/cover letters, pursuing higher education/training opportunities, and much more! 

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The 2019 job fair participant list of over 25 organizations includes:

  • Amazon
  • FedEx
  • St. Joseph's Health
  • Verizon
  • Bank of America
  • US Census 2020
  • Collabera IT
  • GardaWorld
  • Enterprise
  • Genesis Healthcare Corp/Maple Glen Center
  • Shop Rite/Inserra/Wake Fern Food Corp
  • Dawa Pharmacy
  • Will's Climate Comfort/HVAC
  • Federal Bureau of Investigations
  • Passaic County Sheriff's Office
  • Regency Gardens Rehab & Nursing Center
  • Jersey Kids Transportation
  • Education Staff & Management Solutions (ESS)
  • New Jersey Development Corporation (NJCDC)
  • Oasis
  • Hilton Garden Inn
  • New York Life Insurance
  • Passaic County Community College (PCCC)
  • Keller Williams Prosperity Realty
  • Teacher's Association of Prospect Park (TAPP)

Prospect Park Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah said, “We are committed to connecting our highly skilled and qualified residents to matching employers as a part of helping them improve their living standards. We thank all the participating agencies and wish everyone a successful experience.”

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