Temple University will host the 11th annual Neighborhood Job Fair tomorrow, May 18th, from 9 AM to 1 PM.
The fair, which is to be held at the Student Pavilion, is the longest-running and most successful citywide job fair in Philadelphia. It will feature over 100 employers that are offering full-time and part-time positions.
The fair is free and open to the public with no registration required. Those attending should dress in business-professional attire and bring multiple resumes.
Employers participating include Aqua America, Kimberly-Clark, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Philadelphia Police Department, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, FBI, SEPTA, Temple University Hospital, Allied Universal Security, and more.
State Senator Sharif Street, who is a co-sponsor of the event, will provide welcoming remarks. Additionally, Temple Director of Community Outreach and Employment Michael Robinson, who is the event’s primary organizer, will be available for interviews.
“Our 11th annual Neighborhood Job Fair has over 100 confirmed employers, all hiring, with jobs ranging from entry-level to management-level opportunities,” Robinson said. “If you are a job seeker from the tristate region, this is the job fair you must attend.”