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Massachusetts proudly leads the nation in providing benefits and services to our returning Veterans. vet photo1

As part of the Strategic Plan to Increase Employment Opportunities for Veterans that was announced last year, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is hosting its first Statewide Veterans Career Fair  to connect the Commonwealth’s Veterans to employment opportunities.

The Statewide Veterans Career Fair provides a unique opportunity to increase the visibility of the types of positions available; while providing veterans with a platform to discuss with staffing representatives how their skills and career aspirations match with the Commonwealth.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
State House

For more information, please visit

Written By:

Veteran Employment & Training Program Manager at the Department of Career Services

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