WM Symposia, in collaboration with US DOE and Industry, is holding a Job Fair on Tuesday, February 28 and Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Job Fair activities will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center located in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. This event will include both LIVE and VIRTUAL features.
Aerospace, Biotechnology, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Communications, Construction, Consulting, Education, Electronics, Energy, Green Technology, Information Technology, Journalism & News, Law, Manufacturing, Medical Devices & Supplies, Nuclear Engineering, Public Administration, Public Relations, Publishing, Technology, Telecommunications, Transportation, Utilities
Whether you have a position open or not, it's always smart to be on the lookout for top talent
You may participate in vFairs (virtual only) at no cost; however, you must register to participate. A link to connect to vFairs will be sent to you by Monday, 2/27/23.
7am –10am Phoenix Time
Tuesday, February 28 and
Wednesday, March 1
Phoenix Convention Center
100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
North Building, Exhibit Hall A-D Foyer
If you are interested in participating, please email Maurya Palmer, email@example.com to complete an employer hiring packet so you can post your job openings. Employer hiring packets must be completed by February 3, 2023.
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