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Congressman Lacy Clay

Representing the 1st District of Missouri

Clay’s 11th Annual Career Fair Will Feature Over 100 Top Employers

June 15, 2016
Press Release

Thousands of Eager Job Seekers Expected to Attend St. Louis’ Biggest & Best Free Jobs Event

Monday, June 27th at Harris-Stowe State University



STEVEN ENGELHARDT  (314) 504-4029

-ST.LOUIS- Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay (D) Missouri will present his 11th Annual Career Fair on Monday, June 27th from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Harris-Stowe State University’s Emerson Physical Education & Performing Arts Center located at 3026 Laclede Avenue.  This unique jobs event will feature over 100 of the St. Louis area’s top employers, and it’s absolutely free.  These great companies will be seeking to fill over 1000 current job openings.

“My top priority is putting my constituents back to work and connecting them with quality job opportunities that they could not take advantage of on their own.” said the Congressman. “Our Career Fair is St. Louis’ biggest and best jobs event.  We will feature over 100 companies from all sectors of the local economy who are currently hiring, along with great job opportunities with federal, state and local government agencies.”

The Congressman added, “Last year, over 5,000 job seekers attended.  I would advise guests to arrive early, dress for success and have your resumes ready.”

Among the top St. Louis employers who will be on hand are: Ameren; the Boeing Company; Express Scripts; BJC Healthcare Systems; Charter Spectrum; World Wide Technology; iHeart Radio; CBS Radio; Emmis Communications; Radio One; Centene Corporation; Wells Fargo Advisors; Lodging Hospitality Management;  Launch Code; Lumiere Place; Hollywood Casino; PNC Bank; the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Census Bureau and many others.

For those interested in public service, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management will provide a one-stop shop for interested job seekers to learn about, and apply for thousands of federal jobs, worldwide. OPM and the Veterans Administration will also offer special assistance to veterans who are transitioning back to civilian life.

For more information, please call (314) 367-1970, and please check out the video link and electronic flyer as well