Minority Chamber to launch “10,000-Jobs Initiative” at 12th Annual National Minority Career Expo Miami

MIAMI, Fla. (FNN NEWS) — The Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC) launches its annual “10,000 Jobs Initiatives” at the XII Minority National Career Fair Miami 2017 on June 12, 2 – 6 p.m. The exclusive, members-only event takes place at MCC’s World Trade Center at 1951 NW 7th Ave., Miami Florida, 33136. The highly-anticipated career event features representation by global, national, and local partner organizations that provide continued employment opportunities for minority groups and create pathways to employment in the region. This is achieved through ongoing hiring fairs; entrepreneurship training camps; and myriad other efforts to training and employment efforts for minority groups.

To attend the Minority National Career Fair Miami, job seekers must pre-register by sending a request via e-mail to Candidates may then complete registration by gaining access to MCC’s electronic ticket hub. The event is free of charge. The official list of employers will be announced June 10.

“Connecting South Florida’s minority groups with a pathway to employment creates an enormous ripple effect in our businesses communities and for the economy in general,” says MCC Founder & Executive Director Doug Mayorga. “Our mission is to provide an opportunity for professionals, veterans, and skilled workers to explore options, while assisting them in pursuing top positions in all three business sectors.”

SOURCE | Minority Chamber of Commerce

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