Published on: October 05, 2010Need a job or a new career? Visit with area employers Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the College Center at Lone Star College-CyFair.
“Job Connection Days is a mini-job fair open to students and the community,” said Dr. Peggy Osbourn, director of counseling, career and disability services at Lone Star College-CyFair. “Employers visit the campus to recruit individuals to fill positions available within their companies.”
LSC-CyFair’s mini-job fairs, typically held the second Tuesday of the month, benefit the employer as well as the job seeker, whether they are a student or a community member.
“This is a good time to discuss the possibility of developing an internship/coop opportunity for employers,” Osbourn said. “It’s also an opportunity for the job seeker to discuss future careers within a particular company or to gain general career information.”
Among the participants and the help needed this month are:
American General Life & Accident - career agents
Coach Factory- sales, stock, cashier, seasonal
Vector Marketing - sales representatives
AFLAC - sales/sales management
Green Mountain Energy- sales agents
Massage Envy - massage therapists, front desk
Bethesda Lutheran Communities - care-givers
Club Rewind - program leaders before and after school
IBC BANK - teller/personal banker
Jockey International, Inc. - store manager, assistant manager, part-time sales
Hugo Boss – temporary associate
Counseling, Career and Disability Services Office hosts this monthly event. This office also provides assistance with career exploration, academic retention, special needs and short-term crisis counseling. Contact this office for information at 281.290.3260 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
For information on Job Connection Days, go to LoneStar.edu or call Susan Siceluff, program coordinator, at 281.290.3260.