2011 Career Fair

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. 

Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce.

Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.

On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.



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On April 8, 2011, Rep. Youngblood hosted a Career Fair at the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown. The event featured representatives from some of Philadelphia's top employers, as well as career service organizations. Workshops were available to help people with their resumes, interview skills and re-entry into the workforce. Several hundred residents attended the fair, and because of the significant turnout, Rep. Youngblood plans to hold another career fair later this summer.