Gjonaj’s job fair draws crowd

John Cerini of the Capital Shield Agency speaks with job seeker Sana Shafaat.
Photo by Walter Pofeldt

A crowd of job-seekers showed up to network at Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj’s 2014 Bronx Jobs Fair at DeWitt Clinton High School on Thursday, July 10. Gjonaj’s second annual job fair, which was presented as part of the state’s unemployment “Strike Force,” featured more than 50 employers and recruiters.

Participants included South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Siete Ocho Siete Restaurant, Affinity Health Plan, Don Coqui restaurant, and La Sorsa car dealership, among others.

Reach Reporter Jaime Williams at (718) 742–3383. E-mail her at jwilliams@cnglocal.com.
The job fair had a strong turnout, with people waiting outside to get in and speak with employers.
Photo by Walter Pofeldt

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