AACCNJ to host career fair Sept. 7 at Camden County College

The office manager holds onto a resume while speaking with the new intern they are considering.

The Mobile Academy of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey will be hosting a career and resources fair Sept. 7 at Camden County College.

Job-seekers will have the opportunity to be connected to employers from various industries. The event also will feature free services such as career coaching, haircuts and professional headshots for polished online profiles.

Confirmed employers that will be on hand to accept resumes and speak to prospective job applicants include Amazon, AT&T, Carefinders Total Care, Camden City School District, Covanta, Creamer J. Fletcher, Delaware River Port Authority, New Jersey Department of Corrections, New Jersey Department of Transportation, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, New Jersey State Police, New Jersey Transit, New York City Department of Corrections, PSEG Clean Energy, Truist Bank and many more.

Employers are looking for engineers, bank tellers, customer service representatives, office managers, recruiters, security officers, drivers, retail sales associates, substitute teachers and numerous other professionals.

“We encourage everyone looking for a new career opportunity to join us in September to unlock pathways to your professional success,” John Harmon Sr., AACCNJ’s founder, CEO and president, said. “Your next job might just be a handshake away.”

Located at Camden County College, 200 College Drive, Blackwood, the event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Connector Atrium at Civic Hall (Parking Lots 3 & 4).

Jobseekers can register for the event here.