DETROIT — Harmony Point Computer Training Center is hosting its 1st Annual Recruitment Fair showcasing Detroit’s skilled IT talent pool. The recruitment fair will be held at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. on Friday, June 22.
Attendees will have access to:
- Immediate Job Opportunities from local employers
- Dress for Success Fashion Show
- Real-time Resume Evaluations
- On-the-Spot Interviews
- Job Readiness and Financial Literacy Workshops
- Internet Computer Café to apply for jobs online
“As the former Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce for Technology and Chief of Staff for the U.S. Department of Commerce, I was fortunate to observe this progressive IT Workforce Development model in its genesis,” said Phillip Bond former President, TechAmerica. “Today we are experiencing the IT skills gap Harmony Point’s leaders predicted in 1998. After training over 1,600 Detroiters they have proof of concept that disadvantaged urban residents can become the technical professionals America needs to meet the demand for a domestic 21st century workforce.”
Harmony Point Computer Training Center is the region’s latest IT Urban Workforce Development Training School developed to assist unemployed, underemployed, veterans, high school graduates, GED holders, economically disadvantaged adults and displaced workers to develop new careers in high skill, high wage, high demand IT and Emerging Energy industries.
Call 313-961-2108 ext. 1430 to register for the Recruitment Fair. For more information on Harmony Point Computer Training Center visit www.HarmonyPointCTC.com