05 27 2016
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City Career Fair Director of Diversity Outreach Neal Morrison, University of Phoenix National Director Garth Brooks, and Federal Department of Labor OFCCP Compliance Officer Matt Rice

Whether looking for jobs, hiring new workers or helping make sure the workplace is diverse, more than 800 people attended the Diversity Employment Day Career Fair March 30 at the Ambridge Events Center.

Face to face interviews were the main feature of the 11th annual event, where the theme was "Getting America Back to Work in 2011."

While an inclusive workforce is the focus, any and all jobseekers were welcomed to sign up for pre-scheduled "fastrack" job interviews with dozens of the region's biggest employers from the public and private sectors.

Here are a few snapshots of the event. Keep track of next year's fair at www.citycareerfair.com .

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