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Collin College Farmersville to host job fair

by | Feb 29, 2024 | Area news, Latest

Collin College Farmersville Campus will host its second job fair this upcoming Thursday, Mar. 7 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 501 S. Collin Parkway. 

“Spring into Your Future” will allow attendees to explore career opportunities and find a job in the community. According to Career Center Manager, Dr. Dawn Gomez, there will be approximately 20 employers in the job fair. Hiring managers will be on site.

“The fair is designed to mainly showcase local employers offering local jobs so students and community can secure living-wage jobs locally,” Gomez said.

The event is open to students and the public. Admission is free to all job seekers. Applicants should bring multiple resumes and a separate list of recommendations to give to employees.

“As students work towards completion of their degree, Collin College Farmersville campus is committed to assisting students and the community in locating and gainful employment that allow them to utilize their degrees in their local communities,” Gomez said.

The Farmersville Campus is located at the northeast corner of Audie Murphy Parkway. The 52,000 square-feet campus, opened in Spring 2021, offers access to higher education for residents in Farmersville and East Collin County. The campus offers different programs and courses including two new programs; a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management and Cloud Computing.

Registration for the event can be found here. https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.

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