Orange County to hold job fair on May 16 at The Galleria

Approximately 60 employers representing a variety of fields expected to participate


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GOSHEN — Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus and Employment and Training Administration (ETA) Director Steve Knob have announced that the county will hold its annual spring job fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 16, at The Galleria at Crystal Run in the Town of Wallkill.

“Last year, approximately 1,000 job seekers attended our job fair and we are expecting another great turnout this year,” Neuhaus said in the press release detailing the event. “I encourage residents who are seeking employment to take advantage of this opportunity to speak with respected companies and firms that are hiring. The county will continue to assist job seekers in finding meaningful employment and career advancement.”

Approximately 60 employers and recruiters from Orange, Dutchess, Sullivan and Westchester counties will be at the Galleria to speak with potential job candidates.

Information about employers at the job fair can be found at www.orangecountygov.com/AnnualJobFair.

“We appreciate the County Executive’s support in making this event a continued success and are grateful to our business partners for participating in our job fair,” Knob said. “We are looking forward to another great event at the Galleria at Crystal Run.”

For more information about this year’s job fair, contact Marie Blair at 346-1102 or 346-1303. Blair can also be reached via email at mblair@orangecountygov.com.



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