WPRI 12 & FOX PROVIDENCE TO HOST 10th ANNUAL JOB FAIR
This annual event brings together local employers and qualified job seekers in a well-organized and professional setting. It’s the 10th Annual WPRI 12 & FOX Providence Job Fair, hosted by WPRI 12 and Fox Providence. If you’re looking for work or looking to start a whole new career, or if your organization or business needs some great workers be a part of the WPRI 12 & FOX Providence Job Fair on Monday, April 30, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick.Job Fair Employer Registration is now FULL! BUT Job seekers are now signing up for this great event: REGISTER HERE (Starting March 1st) »
This year's Job Fair will have a full range of business & organizations to find your next great career »
The WPRI 12 & FOX Providence Job Fair Job Fair provides the opportunity for local job seekers to personally meet with prospective employers actively looking to fill open positions. By collaborating with various state agencies, WPRI 12 & FOX Providence is able to bring a variety of employment sources and job seeking information to the public. Dress for success and bring plenty of copies of your resume. The event runs from 10am to 3 p.m. and will feature over 100 companies and career opportunities. Local colleges and technical schools will also be participating. The Crowne Plaza is located at 801 Greenwich Avenue in Warwick. Don’t miss the WPRI 12 & FOX Providence Job Fair, Monday, April 30, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick.
Parking: Satellite parking will be available at Warwick Mall. Free shuttle buses will run between the satellite lot at Warwick Mall and the Crowne Plaza.
Conway Tour Buses will pick up participants in the parking lot behind Target - near Nordstrom Rack (see map). There will be signage in the mall parking lot directing job seekers to the shuttle location. First buses to the Crowne Plaza will depart from the mall at 9:45 a.m. The last bus back to the mall will depart Crowne Plaza at 2:45 p.m.
JOB FAIR EMPLOYER LINKS:
OTHER JOB SEEKER LINKS:
- Job Seeker Job Fair Sign Up
- Other Employment Resources: WPRI.com Job Finder
- Work for Us: WPRI 12 & Fox Providence Careers
Satellite parking will be available at Warwick Mall. Free shuttle buses will run between the satellite lot at Warwick Mall and the Crowne Plaza.Conway Tour Buses will pick up participants in the parking lot behind Target - near Nordstrom Rack (see map). There will be signage in the mall parking lot directing job seekers to the shuttle location. First buses to the Crowne Plaza will depart from the mall at 9:45 a.m. The last bus back to the mall will depart Crowne Plaza at 2:45 p.m.
Job Seeker Safety:
- It is EASY and SAFE to use our satellite parking/shuttles provided at Warwick Mall. Parking space at the Crowne Plaza is limited so it is recommended to take advantage of our satellite parking and shuttle system.
- Shuttle Busses: The 1st shuttle bus from Warwick Mall leaves at 9:45 a.m., the last shuttle bus leaving Crowne Plaza is at 2:45 p.m. The Job Fair runs from 10am- 3pm at the Crowne Plaza.
- Do not park in the Lowe’s Stop & Shop parking lot and attempt to walk across Greenwich Ave. It is too dangerous.
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