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February 13, 2014

Fair offers visitors a chance to find jobs

Looking for work?

An upcoming event may provide you some options.

ValleyWorks Career Center will present a March Madness Job Fair on March 4 at Osgood Landing, 1600 Osgood St., North Andover.

The event is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 40 or more employers are expected to participate. Job seekers can meet with representatives of a variety of industries, including administration, communication, customer service, education, engineering, finance, health care, insurance, manufacturing and transportation.

Event organizers say first impressions matter, and suggest attendees practice their 30-second introductions, dress neatly and have a clean appearance. People are asked to bring multiple copies of their resumes and be prepared to complete job applications. Membership or preregistration is not required. Career Center members are asked to bring their membership information for quicker entrance.

ValleyWorks suggests that in preparation for attending this job fair that you attend one of these workshops: How To Work A Job Fair, Interviewing Techniques, Marketing Your Maturity, Mock Interview, Resume – Basic, Critique, Beyond Basic and The “WOW” Factor. Workshop dates and time are posted online at www.valleyworks.cc. Registration is required because seating is limited.


What: March Madness Job Fair

When: March 4, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Osgood Landing, 1600 Osgood St., North Andover

More information: Call 978-722-7008

Here are activities and events happening around Haverhill:

Endocrinologist joins local hospitals: Merrimack Valley Hospital and Holy Family Hospital announced that Board Certified Endocrinologist Neil Ravin, MD, has joined Steward Medical Group, part of the Steward Health Care System, and began his practice last week.

As part of the Steward Merrimack Valley Endocrinology Center, Ravin will lead a diabetes care program. The program will be part of the Steward Diabetes Care Program, which helps patients better manage their disease. Nationally recognized by the American Diabetes Association, it already exists at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen.

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