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Workforce Job Fair Held in Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls, Texas - More than 50 area employers will be available to meet with prospective employees at the 4th Annual Workforce Solutions Job Fair on Thursday, May 7, at Sikes Center Mall in Wichita Falls.

The job fair will begin at 3 p.m. on Thursday and end at 6 p.m.

Workforce Solutions North Texas and Sikes Senter provide the opportunity in one location for job-seekers to meet and possibly interview with employers who have job openings.  In the past, employers also have hired applicants at the job fair.

There is no cost for employers or job-seekers to participate in the job fair. Job-seekers are encouraged to dress professionally, be prepared, bring resumes, turn off personal phones and smile.

Workforce Solutions North Texas is one of 28 local workforce development Boards in Texas and serves residents in the 11 counties of Archer, Baylor, Clay, Cottle, Foard, Hardeman, Jack, Montague, Wichita, Wilbarger and Young by providing assistance with job search, training, and screening for employers. 

A list of employers who are confirmed to participate includes:

Advanced Healthcare

Arby's

Army Air Force Exchange Service

Baymont Inn & Suites

Best Buy Mobile

Bonita Brow Bar & Pretzelmaker

Buffalo Wild Wings

Christopher & Banks

City of Wichita Falls

Clinics of North Texas, LLP

Courtyard Gardens

Crazy 8

D&S Community Services

Dollar General

Durham School Services

Eagle Railcar Services

First Baptist Church

GameStop

GCA Services Group

Goodwill Ind

Great American Cookie / PretzelMaker

Helen Farabee

Home Instead Senior Care

ITS Academy of Beauty

KAUZ-TV

Kay Jewelers

Kell West Regional Hospital

Lawton Red River Vet Center

Liberty Tax Sirvice

Lindsey State Jail

Lowes

MyStaf

North Texas State Hospital

Old Navy

Piercing Pagoda

Presbyterian Manor

Pruitt Ford

Sears

Spherion Staffing

TAPS Public Transit

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Texas Department of Transportation

Texas Veterans Commission

The Home Depot

Times Record News

United Regional Health Care System

United States Marine Corps

United Supermarkets

WDS, A Xerox Company

Wichita County Sheriff's Office

Wichita Falls Country Club

Work Services Corporation

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