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Arizona @ Work Career Fair
Arizona @ Work: Maricopa County will hold a career fair focusing on the transportation, logistics and warehouse industry tomorrow, May 26th. The fair will start at 10:00am and last until 12:30pm at Maricopa County's West Valley Career Center located at 1840 N. 95th Avenue, Suite 160, in west Phoenix (near the intersection of Loop 101 and the I-10.)
Eighteen companies will be networking with and recruiting job seekers. Employers attending include Napa Auto Parts, U-Haul, St. Mary's Food Bank and REI. Jobs available include truck drivers, warehouse clerks and operations supervisors. Job seekers should bring several copies of their resume, dress professionally and be prepared to meet with employers.
For a full list of companies attending and more information about Arizona @ Work: Maricopa County go to http://www.arizonaatwork.com/maricopa/events/.
Jobertising.com to host Tempe Job Fair this Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the Tempe Center for the Arts
Jobertising.com is hosting the Tempe Job Fair this Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the Tempe Center for the Arts (700 West Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe AZ 85281). Over 2,000 jobs will be available. The job fair will be open to all job seekers from 11AM to 2PM. A good portion of the featured companies will be hiring on the spot. Bring plenty of resumes and dress to interview. Attendance is free for job seekers. Job seekers are encouraged to arrive early to beat the crowd and can RSVP for free online at www.jobertising.com.
Featured Companies Include: State Farm, Chase, Cyracom, HealthPlanOne, Canyon State Institute, Walgreens, Domino's, Wells Fargo, Direct Energy, Dish, Enterprise, Arizona Department of Economic Security, Corporate Job Bank, iQor, OnTrac, TeleTech, Revana, Highland Resorts, Arizona National Guard, Convergys and many more (over 30 companies are hiring).
There's a new art exhibition at the Gallery at TCA designed for all ages and interests opening this Friday. It's called "STEAM" and explores the intriguing connections between the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics (STEAM). The exhibit features visual art and interactive scientific displays from local innovators as well as a new DIY makerspace every two weeks, where people can invent and create their own art. STEAM runs from May 27 to Sept. 17, at the Gallery at TCA located in the Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe, AZ 85281.
A free opening reception will be held on May 27th, from 6-9 p.m. and will feature low-rider and robotics demonstrations, hands-on activities and cookies for the kids as well as an opportunity to meet the artists.
For those looking for unique, indoor things to do this summer, free workshops are offered bi-weekly on Saturdays from noon to 2 p.m., May 28 through August 6.
For a full listing of workshop dates and themes, exhibit information, and gallery hours, visit www.tempe.gov/tcagallery or call (480) 350-2867.
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Summer Insect Control/ Dave Owens- The Garden Guy
With summer approaching it's time to start considering how to handle the wave of insects that will start coming in like scorpions, ants, fleas/ticks, and using chemicals is not the effective way to handle them either as they will return and it's not safe around your home or family. One alternative to spraying chemicals is food-grade Diatomaceous Earth also called Fossil Shell Flour, It is made from Amorphous Diatomaceous Earth fresh water type. Insects cannot become immune to this product because it kills by mechanical action (Within 48 hours of contact, the insects will dry up and die). Spiders actually eat other insects so they are a benefit in the garden and so do geckos which you may see crawling on the walls of your home exterior. DE can be used to help eliminate ants, fleas/ticks but having some orange and eucalyptus leaves around will help with fleas and tickets (avoid flea and tick collars if possible) and picking up any pet waste often as it's a breeding ground for pests. Avoiding chemicals is key and keeping a solid barrier around your home with DE plus making sure any seals or cracks are filled in are just some of the options available to help get you started.
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