Hospitality and tourism job fair at ICC Wednesday

Please join us for the Hospitality and Tourism Job Fair on Wednesday, March 2, from 5 to 6 p.m. at Isothermal Community College, Spindale in the Foundation Building – Seminar A Room.

 

Find out more about the Hospitality and Tourism Institute Training Program. Meet local businesses and learn about exciting hospitality and tourism industry job opportunities. Each business will have a table to showcase their brochures and job openings.

 

We will have many of the Hospitality and Tourism Institute Advisory Board members present to answer any of your questions concerning the hospitality industry. Learn more about the training and the upcoming classes at Isothermal’s Hospitality and Tourism Institute. Make this your new career choice for 2016.

 

Contact Beth Hartle at 828-395-4294 or bhartle@isothermal.edu if you need additional information.

 

Submitted by Mike Gavin

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