Job Fair for Persons with Disabilities and Veterans to be Held in January - Organizers seek potential employers

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 The City of Tampa Mayor’s Alliance for Persons with Disabilities will hold a job fair on January 23, 2015 to give veterans and persons with disabilities an opportunity to meet with prospective employers and learn about job search techniques.

The job fair runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and will be held at Keiser University, located at 5002 West Waters Avenue.

The job fair and concurrent job search workshops are free to all job seekers who may register online at Applicants may also submit their resumes for review and feedback to until January 7, 2015.

Employers interested in participating in the job fair should reserve space for a $100 fee, which will include a participation table. Payment can be made online with a credit card at or they may request an invoice to pay by check. Employers’ registration will continue until the available space is filled. Employers with any questions about the job fair should call Cate Baierlein with Change of Course, the nonprofit facilitating the event, at (813) 786-2033.

A flyer for the event is available at

About the Mayor’s Alliance for Persons with Disabilities

The Tampa Mayor’s Alliance for Persons with Disabilities was founded in 1986, making Tampa the first city in Florida to organize such a group. The Mayor’s Alliance is an advisory and advocacy group that represents the interests of citizens with disabilities.