4 By Jennifer Summer Houston Community Newspapers Offering job seekers the opportunity to sit in front an employer to interview and apply for jobs throughout the community will be offered for residents during the Mission Northeast and RB Tullis Library free Job Fair Aug. 4 at 10:30 a.m. This is the fourth year for the Job Fair which is held twice a year. We are always excited about the Job Fair which is a community service and have found that holding the fair at this time of year is very successful, Pam Dickson, executive director of Mission Northeast, said. We encourage any job seekers to come out to the fair dressed with the resumes and in clothing appropriate for an interview. With our Job Fair, we are proud that our employers are face-to-face with employees and that does not happen very often because of technology and then they can go upstairs where they can apply for the job; job seekers will be hired through this fair. A bevy of employers from the area have already signed up to be a part of the Job Fair including Academy, Sams Club, the New Caney Independent School District, Splendora ISD, US Army, Longhorn Steakhouse, Whataburger and YMCA. This Job Fair will provide an opportunity for all skill levels from a Doctorate to entry level and everything in between, Dickson said. The employers at our Job Fair want to be there and provide opportunities for job seekers in our communities. For any job seekers who do not have proper attire, we encourage them to call us and we will provide them with the proper attire. We are most helping people when we can help move them to move into a career and a self-sustaining lifestyle. People become better role models for their children, and our community becomes a better place to live. The free Job Fair will be held at the RB Tullis Library located at 21569 Hwy 59 North located between EMCID and New Caney ISD Administration Building on Thursday, Aug.
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So we’re a big community, a big family. “A lot of these guys are riders that we ride with across Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas. We ride with Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky. “In the beginning of 2016, the Legion Riders was the fastest growing motorcycle association in the United States. We’re up to four million nationwide now.” Being involved in many charitable events disproves the reputation the Legion has for just being a bar. And the reputation bikers clubs often have as well. go to website“We don’t want the image of a bar,” Walls said. “We’re a community service organization. And we’re not just bikers either.” “All the people in the Legion are veterans. About 90 percent of the riders are veterans or descendants of veterans, as sons and daughters.” The close relationship is noticeable.
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