The LatPro Career Fair for Hispanic and Bilingual professionals will be at Navy Pier on March 16.
Chicago, IL – LatPro (www.LatPro.com), the essential job board for bilingual professional candidates, is partnering with the National Society for Hispanic Professionals (www.NSHP.org), to produce a nationwide career fair series that connects bilingual professionals with diversity-conscious employers.
The Bilingual job fair will be held at Lakeview Terrace at Chicago Navy Pier on March 16th from 10am-3pm.
“We build our schedule around cities that are both rich in diverse bilingual talent, and have a number of companies with genuine interest in hiring such talent. We have had very successful events in Chicago for 4 years, and that made it an easy decision to return in 2011,” said Ricardo Villalba, events manager for NSHP.
Jobseekers attending the 2011 Chicago Diversity Career Fair will have the opportunity to network with fellow Hispanic professionals and local chapters of Latino organizations, in addition to meeting representatives from employers such as Transportation Security Administration, YMCA of the USA, Hallmark Cards, and PPG Industries.
Admission is free for all job seekers. Professional dress required.
Jobseekers can pre-register at: http://network.nshp.org/events/chicago-job-fair-2
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Established in 1997, LatPro is the worldwide leader in online employment resources for Hispanic and bilingual professionals. With over 324,000 registered candidates and 95 of the Fortune 100 companies using its award-winning service, the LatPro.com site (available in English, Spanish and Portuguese) is the premier career destination for Latino and bilingual professionals throughout the U.S. and Latin America. LatPro also hosts a career focused social network where the company welcomes all career experts and job seekers.
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About the National Society for Hispanic Professionals
The National Society for Hispanic Professionals (NSHP), a non-profit organization with more than 20,000 registered members, works to empower Hispanic professionals with connections, networking and leadership opportunities, as well as information on education, scholarships, careers and entrepreneurship. NSHP seeks to ensure the inclusion of Hispanics in corporate America at a level commensurate with the representation of Hispanic Americans within our communities.