CAC’s Aravaipa Campus gearing up for Third Annual Job Quest

WINKELMAN– The Third Annual Central Arizona College Job Quest will take place on Tuesday, April 8, at the Aravaipa Campus from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the campus’s Community Room.

Current students, CAC alumni and community members will be allowed to attend this event.

“If you are looking to obtain full-time, part-time or summer employment, or are looking to transition into a new career field, this is a great place to start,” Ann Mitchell, CAC’s career services coordinator said. “Job seekers should dress in business attire and bring multiple copies of their resume.”

The list of business scheduled to attend Job Quest include:

ASARCO
Carrington College
Central Arizona Governments
Dun & Brandstreet Credibility Corp.
IT Works Global
NAU – Extended Campus
The Art Institute
Pinal County Federal Credit Union

For more information or to receive an exhibitor registration form, please contact Ann Mitchell by phone at 520-494-5428 or by e-mail at ann.mitchell@centralaz.edu.

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