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Career Fair for Disabilities Graphic 2019Save the Date and register to attend the 2019 State Employment Career Fair for job seekers with disabilities, scheduled as follows:

Friday, April 5, 10am-1pm, State Transportation Building, 10 Park Plaza, 2nd Floor, Boston.

The Career Fair is hosted by MassDOT, Mass Office on Disability, Commission for the Blind, and Mass Human Resources Division. The 2019 State Employment Career Fair is an opportunity to meet Massachusetts state government recruitment and human resources representatives in an informative and engaging setting where you can explore a career field that interest you.

Job seekers will have “face time” with employers to ask questions and discuss relevant skills and experience.

You may register online at macareerfair.eventbrite.com or by email to mod-events@mass.gov. Send accommodation requests to: Rita DiNunzio at rita.dinunzio@dot.state.ma.us, 857-368-8738 no later than March 22, 2019.

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