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FREE Job Fair

Wednesday March 13, 2024 -10:00am-2:00pm – Club Meade 6600 Mapes Road, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland

Free Job Fair!

Open to the public * Open to all job seekers *No registration required
“Dress for Success” * Meet employers * Bring resumes

Resumé Doctor

A free resumé evaluation and preparation assistance service!

Arrive early!

Free Shuttle Service

A frequent shuttle will take patrons from the
John E. Smathers USAR Center
(20 1/2 Street, Fort Meade, MD 20755)
to the front door of Club Meade and back. 

Additional information for the Technical Job Fair found below.

Job Fair is hosted by:

Fort George G. Meade MWR:
A network of support and leisure services designed to enhance the quality of life for soldiers (Active, Reserve, & Guard), Retirees, DOD/DA Civilians, Army Contractors, and the family members of each. We strive to deliver high quality events, programs, and services. Providing support in a number of ways to include child and youth services, recreational opportunities, entertainment for the community, travel and leisure support, youth sports and youth instructional classes, and more. We will continue to serve the needs and interests of each individual in the Army community for as long as they are associated with the Army.

MDOL / American Job Center:
Provides a variety of employment and support resources to assist job seekers in achieving their employment goals. Meet with consultants to discuss career exploration, referrals to training programs, résumé preparation, and workshops to enhance job seeking skills and work readiness. Access computers with internet, printers, photocopiers, fax machines, telephones, and a variety of job search resource materials.

Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation (AAWDC):
AAWDC is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation that provides innovative, high quality workforce development services to Anne Arundel County businesses and citizens. AAWDC is the bridge between understanding the workforce and talent development needs of local and regional businesses and preparing individuals to meet their full career potential. AAWDC builds success for:

Transition Assistance Program:
Every year, approximately 200,000 men and women leave U.S. military service and return to life as civilians, a process known as the military to civilian transition.

The Transition Assistance Program (TAP), provided under 10 U.S.C. 1144, is a cooperative interagency effort among the Department of Labor, and the Departments of Defense, Education, Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs, the Small Business Administration and the Office of Personnel Management.

Fleet & Family Support Center:
The Navy’s Family Readiness programs have been afforded the highest visibility, advocacy, and priority. Resulting in increased services to family members, individual assistance and consultation, more varied educational programs, and a more proactive outreach, and deliv9entire Army community.