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Over 70 employers expected at October career fairs

Students and community job seekers will be able to meet recruiters from a wide range of companies, health care providers and government agencies at two October career fairs to be held at Palm Beach State College’s Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton campuses. The fairs are organized by the PBSC Career Center on each campus.

Free and open to the public, the fairs will bring a combined total of more than 70 employers hiring for full- and part-time openings, ranging from entry-level to managerial positions, as well as internships. All attendees are reminded to wear business attire and bring copies of their résumé.

Thursday, Oct. 3
1 – 4 p.m.
Palm Beach Gardens campus
BioScience Technology Complex, Room SC 127
3160 PGA Blvd.
Upwards of 45 employers are expected, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Palm Beach Gardens Marriott, Delta Business Solutions, the School District of Palm Beach County, Clearent, ChildCare Careers, Solar Scot, Entrusted, and U.S. Health Advisors. For more information: Call 561-207-5350 or email

Wednesday, Oct. 23
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Boca Raton campus
Humanities & Technology Building, Room HT 103
801 Palm Beach State College Dr.
As many as 35 employers are expected, including Bank of America, the City of Boca Raton, G4S Secure Solutions, Mathnasium, NCCI, Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation, Sherwin Williams, ScribeAmerica, and the School District of Palm Beach County. For more information: Call 561-862-4356 or email

“The career fairs are signature events for the College,” said David Jenks, Career Center manager for the Palm Beach Gardens campus. “We are fortunate to have so many leading employers in our region who participate, and we encourage our students and community members to take advantage of these terrific opportunities to find great jobs.”

Veterans are especially welcome, as Sandra Jakubow, Career Center manager for the Boca Raton campus points out.

“The fairs are designed to connect employers with talented students, alumni and candidates from the community, including veterans,” Jakubow said. “The fairs serve as a means for recruiters to promote their veterans hiring initiatives and start a dialogue with veterans, including our student veterans, about employment opportunities at their companies.”

Visit for updated employer listings for each fair.

In addition, those pursuing criminal justice careers will want to attend the Criminal Justice Job Fair on Friday, Oct. 4 at the Public Safety Conference Center on the Lake Worth campus. Learn more.

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