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March 09 12:56 PM

Virginia College to host Career Fair on March 23

Virginia College in Shreveport will host a Career Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 23, at the campus, located at 2950 E. Texas St., Suite C.

The event is free and open to the public and will feature career development opportunities, refreshments and giveaways. Also, event attendees 18 and older can enter to win prizes such as a Chromebook or four $25 gift cards.

Members of the community planning to attend must register with the campus prior to the event by calling 741-8020.

Community partners and local employers representing hospitals, staffing agencies, information technology companies, IT Solutions, billing companies, casino entertainment businesses, insurance agencies, military, pharmacies and retail companies will be present at the Career Fair.

The event will also allow attendees to explore programs offered through Virginia College, including business administration, HVAC-R technician, medical assistant, medical billing and coding, network and system administration, network support technician and pharmacy technician.

For more information about Virginia College in Shreveport, call 741-8020 or visit http://vc.edu/shreveport.

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