Jobs Expo In Flushing Offers Work For Sandy Victims
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Hundreds of job seekers, many Hurricane Sandy victims, made their way to Flushing on Friday to a career expo.
Community Prevention Alternatives recruited nearly 30 employers looking to fill many full time and temporary positions.
The job fair was organized in direct response to Sandy to help many people who are displaced and without jobs.
"The good part about this is that they're actually offering jobs and not just taking information," Director of Community Prevention Alternatives Martha Flores Vazquez said. "They do have jobs."
We have over 140 full-time, temporary positions available and there has been a tremendous amount of interest," Cindy Kimber from FEMA said.
To learn more about the job opportunities available, visit cpafcc.org.