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6th St Bridge Job Fair & Worksource Center Opening

10:11 AM PST on December 8, 2014

Could a job building the new 6th St Bridge be in your future? Join Councilmember Huizar at the job fair!

Come and learn about the resources and job opportunities available through the Work Source Center, including upcoming opportunities with the construction of the new 6th St Bridge. Representatives from the construction trades will be present so bring your resume! Also learn about small business assistance available from the Business Source Center, which opened in 2012 at 1852 E. 1st St in Boyle Heights.

The WorkSource Center provides:

-Thousands of local job listings

-Training resources

-Full-service technical center with phones, copiers, fax machines, computers and high-speed internet access

-Skilled employment specialists

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