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Sussex Tech Career Fair draws nearly 40 employers

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Sussex Tech is holding its second annual Career Fair on Tuesday, April 9 from 4-6 p.m. So far, nearly 40 employers have signed up to exhibit at the event.

The line-up includes: Assurance Media; Atlantic Aluminum Products, Inc.; Best Aquatic; Chesapeake Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; Continental Pools; Corrado Construction; Delaware Department of Human Resources; Delaware Department of Labor; Delaware Department of Transportation; Delaware State Parks; Denney Electric Supply; Dogfish Head; Dry Zone; Expert Wire, Inc.; Grand Rental Station; Great Clips; Grotto Pizza; Harrison Senior Living of Georgetown; Heritage Shores; Lywood Electric, Inc.; Master Interiors; Melvin Joseph Construction Co.; Michael Kors; Mid-Atlantic Electrical Services, Inc.; Nickle Electrical Companies; Playa Bowls Rehoboth; RSC Landscaping, Ltd.; SchagrinGas; Short’s Marine, Inc.; Sobieski, Inc.; SoDel Concepts; Spring Point Senior Living Center; Sullivan Landscaping; Sussex County Government; Sussex County Habitat for Humanity; UniSite Design, Inc.; and Wawa, Inc.

The free event connects student and adult workers with summer jobs, part-time employment and full-time careers. Participants in Sussex Tech’s Adult Education programs and students from Sussex Technical High School’s 18 career-technical areas will also attend.

The fair will be open to the general public from 4-6 p.m., and for Sussex Tech students from 2-3 p.m. More information is available here.

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