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Career Expo for People with Disabilities

CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine's 7th Annual CAREER EXPO for People with Disabilities
November 13, 2009
Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC

It is the largest career fair for people with disabilities in the nation, hosted by the nationally recognized CAREERS & the disABLED magazine, published by EOP, Inc. now celebrating our 40th year.

Open 10am to 3pm, we encourage all job candidates with a disability to pre-register online at WWW.EOP.COM/EXPO. DON'T FORGET TO ATTACH YOUR RESUME WHICH WILL BE PUT ON A CD DISKAND GIVEN TO ALL RECRUITERS!!

Many Government agencies and companies have already renserved their booth space
with us, hoping to recruit your talent! To mention a few: Bender Consulting
Services, National Security Agency, Intelligence Community, (Silver Sponsor),
Lockheed Martin, Nuclear Regulatory Agency, Joint Warfare Analysis Center, NAVSEA,
NASA, Transportation Security Agency, NASA, General Accountability Office, Agency
for International Development, NAVAIR, Defense Logistics Agency, Department of the
Army, Department of Labor, Freddie Mac (Bronze Sponsor), U.S. Coast Guard, Social
Security Administration- HR, US Department of Justice, Naval Facilities Engineering
Command, U.s. Department of State, CSC, US Department of Education, (Bronze
Sponsor), US Department of Energy, Social Security Administration- OESP, Naval Sea
Systems Command, Northrop Grumman (Silver Sponsor), Department of Defense, SPAWAR,
Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Secret Service, Veterans Affairs, Internal
Revenue Service, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Secretary of
Defense, USDA-APHIS, and the Department on Disability Services.


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