|Hudson County One-Stop Career Center|
|.Calling ALL Job Seekers…|
.Looking for a Job?
Want to learn a Trade?
Looking to Network?.
Employers in Various Fields
will be Recruiting!
Come prepared to interview.
Bring 5-10 copies of your resume.
Neat attire recommended.
|Wednesday, April 6, 2022|
From 5:00 pm to 8:00 pmHigh Tech High School / Frank J. Gargiulo Campus
Hudson County Schools of Technology
One High Tech Way
Secaucus NJ 07094
|Register NOW Online to Attend|
|To view the flyer visit:http://www.hcstonline.org/cdc-one-stop/announcements/recruitments/Round-Trip Bus Transportation Beginning at 4:30pm Provided by Hudson County Schools of Techn|
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Hudson County Community College Jobs Fair April 2018
Hudson County Community College Invites Job Seekers
to Get an Edge on a New Career at the
College’s April 17 Job Fair
There are those who have created professional profiles on LinkedIn and combed through job search sites like Indeed, but find their resumes seem to get lost in an online shuffle. Now is the time for those individuals to polish their elevator speeches and pitch them directly to prospective employers at the upcoming Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Job Fair.
Job fairs continue to be one of the most effective ways for current students, college graduates, and seasoned professionals to find employment. The face-to-face interaction with company representatives provides a direct link to launch a new career path.
Hudson County Community College will host the FREE Job Fair on Tuesday, April 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the College’s Culinary Conference Center, 161 Newkirk Street in Jersey City – just two blocks from the Journal Square PATH Transportation Center. The event is open to HCCC students and graduates seeking employment as well as the entire community. Last year’s event attracted more than 1,000 job seekers.
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What Would You Do For $5?
River View Observer Best Pick“Inovative Money Making Idea”
Rapidly Growing Fiverr.com Offers Fun and Useful Marketplace To Sell Or Buy Variety Of Tasks/Services At An Incredibly Low Price
Have you ever needed help creating a new logo or business card in a short amount of time, without wanting to spend hundreds of dollars and countless hours on the project? What about an inexpensive, last minute, unique gift, such as a love note written on a sandy beach? Or a watercolor painting of your favorite pet?
Fiverr.com has something for anyone looking for a quick bargain. A rapidly growing marketplace where any individual can purchase and sell services, Fiverr.com boasts a unique business model that helps it stand out from the crowd: the $5 rule. Any service you can imagine sells for a quick, non-negotiable $5. Continue reading What Would You Do For $5?
Jersey City to Kick-Off Global Entrepreneurship WeekLocally Spearheaded By Rising Tide Capital to Help Local Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Artists, Leaders, and Non-Profit Organizations
Jersey City to Kick-Off Global Entrepreneurship Week
JERSEY CITY – Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy is proud to announce the Global Entrepreneurship Week in Jersey City Kick-Off Celebration took place on Monday, November 16,at 10:00 a.m. at the Jersey City, City Hall Council Chambers, 280 Grove Street. Continue reading Jersey City to Kick-Off Global Entrepreneurship WeekLocally Spearheaded By Rising Tide Capital to Help Local Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Artists, Leaders, and Non-Profit Organizations
JOBS-JOBS-JOBS NJ Gov. Jon Corzine, Bayonne Mayor Mark Smith and The Cameron Group Break Ground for New Bayonne Crossings Shopping Mall
River View Observer -photos by Stevemack
On a 30 acre parcel of land in Bayonne NJ that lay dormant for nearly 26 years on Route 440. New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine, Bayonne Mayor; Mark Smith, Bayonne City Council President; Vincent LoRe, Bayonne Local Redevelopment Agency Director; Christopher Patella, and respresentatives of the New York Bayonne Cameron Group: Eric Alderman, and others broke ground for the construction of the Bayonne Crossings Project Shopping Center.
In his speech to the 200 plus attendees Governor Corzine spoke of the Jobs that will be created by the construction of the Mall, emphasing “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, will be created with the building and opening of this mall“.The Govenor said he was proud to announce that 1200 construction jobs will be filled, and 900 retail jobs will be created. And Bayonne will receive Urban Enterprise Zone revenues which could equal into the millions. These are funds paid back by the state to the city from the 3.5 % sales tax.
The Govenor also said that Mayor Smith of Bayonne worked very hard in his committment to seeing this project become a reality, Gov. Corzine praised and thanked Mayor Mark Smith and everyone involved in the project .
The mall tenants: Who have signed leases to date are: Walmart and Lowe’s which are the anchor stores, and Sonic Drive Inn. Also scheduled as tenants: Sleepy’s, Friday’s, Longhorn, and NYSC (New York Sport Centers). The first store is expected to open in December of 2010.