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7,000 jobs open at Goodwill-sponsored career expo

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Over 100 businesses are looking to hire 7,000 employees at a career expo at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Thursday.

Goodwill is bringing together a variety of employers to help Arizonans fill thousands of job positions.

Last year, Goodwill helped 15,563 people find jobs.

Goodwill-Sponsored Career Expo
April 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
University of Phoenix Stadium
www.goodwillaz.org/event/goodwill-career-expo/

List of employers to be at career expo:

  • Charles Schwab
  • Banner Health
  • Job Examiner
  • CyraCom International
  • HDS Companies
  • APAC Customer Services, Inc
  • Advantage Sales & Marketing
  • Dignity Health
  • PetSmart
  • Neutron Industries
  • LifeLock
  • ASU
  • Teletech/Revana
  • Wells Fargo
  • Nightingale Homecare
  • APAC/EGS
  • State Farm
  • AZ of Department of Health Services
  • Tucson PD
  • DISH Network
  • Core-Mark
  • Social Security Administration
  • Estaff Security
  • ResCare HomeCare
  • Boeing
  • Career Connectors
  • Wage Works
  • Nesco Resource
  • ABM Janitorial Services
  • AARP Foundation
  • AZ Department of Economic Security
  • State of Arizona
  • Abrio Family Services
  • McDonald's
  • Caregivers of Arizona
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Devereux
  • Mesa Police Department
  • Mobile Mini
  • 321 Gang
  • Adecco
  • Advance Security
  • AIT
  • AlphaGraphics
  • American Valet
  • AZ Dept of Administration
  • AZ Dept of Corrections
  • Arizona Children's Association
  • Bank of America
  • Beatitudes Campus
  • Brookline College
  • C&D Crystal Cleaning
  • Cactus Radio
  • Caption Call
  • Care Corner
  • Carrington College
  • Celtic Property Management
  • Classic Car Spa
  • Clean Air Cab
  • College America
  • Computer Skills Institute
  • Concentrix
  • Discover Financial Services
  • EDMC
  • Edward Jones
  • Empereon
  • FBI
  • FedEx
  • First American Home Buyers Protection
  • Fresh Start Women's Foundation
  • Frito-Lay
  • Golden Gate Community Center
  • Goodwill of Central Arizona
  • Green Tree Servicing
  • Greener House Today
  • Guiding Light Community Care
  • Heritage Home Healthcare
  • International Cruise & Excursions
  • Kingman Regional Medical Center
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Lifewell Behavorial Wellness
  • Lowes
  • Maricopa Community Colleges
  • Maricopa Integrated Health Systems
  • Maricopa Skill Center
  • Maricopa Workforce Connection
  • Maximus
  • Microsemi PMG
  • New York Life
  • Office Max
  • O'Reilly's
  • Our365
  • Panda Express
  • Peoria Unified School District
  • Phoenix Workforce Connection
  • PRIDE Group
  • Pro's Ranch Market
  • PSA Behavioral Health
  • RadioShack
  • Right at Home
  • Rojo Catering
  • Safelite Group
  • Securitas
  • Sedona Pines
  • SEEK Arizona
  • Southwest Truck Driver Training
  • Starbucks
  • Stream Global Services
  • Superior Technical Services
  • The Phoenician Resort
  • Tohono O'odham Community College
  • Total Transit/Discount Cab
  • Town of Gilbert
  • Training to You
  • Transource Services
  • Transworld Systems
  • U-haul
  • United Cerebral Palsy
  • University of Phoenix
  • Valle Del Sol
  • Verengo
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Wage Works
  • Waste Management
  • Wendy's
  • Western Career Institute
  • Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County
  • The Mahoney Group
  • ProEm
  • Aerotek
  • TruCab
  • Medi-Tech Professional Staffing
  • Celerion
  • Matrix Absence Management
  • Nationwide Credit
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Southwest Network
  • Sapphire Technology Group
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