More than a dozen employers will attend a hiring event sponsored by the Goodwill Graduate Services Program on Wednesday, July 19, at the Catawba County Library.

Goodwill Graduate Services Career Advancement Hiring Event
Wednesday, July 19 – 3-6 p.m.
Location: Catawba County Library (115 West C Street, Newton)

Local employers will be accepting resumes and interviewing for professional positions in management, manufacturing, and the healthcare sector. Employers scheduled to attend include:

  • Abernethy Laurels
  • Camfil Farr
  • Catawba County Government
  • Conover Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
  • Department of Corrections
  • Frye Regional Medical Center
  • Hannah’s Home Health & Care Consulting
  • Hickory Springs Metalworks
  • JBS
  • Kingston Healthcare
  • MaxPax LLC
  • PACE@Home
  • Performance Food Group
  • Premier Home Health Care
  • SERVPRO
  • A Sisterly Care
  • UNC Health

Job seekers should bring copies of their resume and dress professionally. For assistance with writing a resume or preparing for the hiring event, please contact the Goodwill Career Connections Center in Conover at 828-676-7632.

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