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SLCC in Ville Platte to host Career Fair for students, community

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South Louisiana Community College will host a career fair at the Ville Platte Civic Center for the students and residents of Ville Platte on Wednesday, October 18. 

The career fair will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 18. Over 30 companies will be present during the event looking to meet with prospective employees. Many of the companies are actively looking to hire. SLCC asks that students and residents come dressed for success: Business attire should be worn to make a great first impression. Job seekers are asked to bring a resume with them to the job fair. The Business and Career Solutions Center will be on hand to help compile a resume for those who may not have one.

Those interested can find more information about the career fair, SLCC, and their programs at their website or by calling the the campus at (337)-363-2197

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