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2 dozen employers will be hiring at career fair in Bellevue

Tony LaRussa

More than two dozen local employers as well as training and resource providers will be on hand for a career fair in Bellevue on Sept. 12.

The fair, which runs from 9 a.m. to noon at the Knights of Columbus Hall, is a partnership between the JFCS Career Development Center, North Hills Community Outreach and the United Way.

Job seekers are encouraged to research employers and apply online for positions prior to attending the career fair.

The following companies will have representatives at the fair to conduct interviews:

• ABARTA Coca-Cola

• Alcosan

• Allegheny County

• Amazon

• Breadworks

• ConnectiveRx

• Dollar Bank

• First National Bank

• Giant Eagle

• PA Liquor Control Board


• Pittsburgh Mercy

• PNC Bank

• PrideStaff

• Rivers Casino

• The Buncher Company

• Sodexo

• University of Pittsburgh

• Verland

• Vincentian Collaborative

Training and resources providers will include: Advantage Credit Counseling, Bidwell, New Century Careers, North Hill Community Outreach and PA CareerLink.

Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is preferred. To sign up, send an email to Gretchen Young at: [email protected].

The Knight’s hall is at 450 Bellevue Ave.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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