Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The University of Southern California is proud to sponsor a veteran hiring event entitled “Serving Those Who Have Served,” being hosted on the USC campus on March 20.
“Serving Those Who Have Served” is designed to make a real difference for the military and veteran community of Southern California. The primary focus will be on connecting you -- a service member or veteran -- with real jobs and not just informational interviews. It will be a different kind of event than a traditional 'job fair.' The intent of this event is to provide you with real access to employers with open jobs.
Are you looking for a new job? Please click on the link below to register!
Event Focus & Agenda
The focus of this day-long event will be two-fold:
During registration, you will be asked to complete a voluntary survey regarding employment issues during your online registration process. The purpose of this survey, conducted by the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families (CIR), will be to gather information on your:
Please bring 30 copies of your resume to the event. You will have many interviews and want to make sure you have enough resumes to go around. Some resume support will be available at the event, but it will be on a first come first serve basis.
The Davidson Conference Center is located on the USC University Park Campus near downtown Los Angeles, at 3415 S. Figueroa Street. Directions to campus are available on the USC website. For a map of campus which includes the locations of the USC Davidson Conference Center and USC parking structures, click here.
Parking is available at Parking Structure #2 (PS2) in the vicinity of USC Davidson Conference Center. Parking is free for all event attendees. Just mention the hiring event at the gate and get in for free. For directions to the free parking structure, click here.
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"Serving Those Who Have Served" is a partnership of the USC School of Social Work, the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families (CIR), USC’s Talent Management group, the USC Office of Equity and Diversity, the U.S. Department of Labor (OFCCP), private sector companies, and non-profit organizations from the Los Angeles area.