If you, like many others, have wondered what the upcoming Nationwide Parnassah Expo can do for you, then find out at tonigh’t Open House. The event, taking place at the Esther Gerber Auditorim (corner Madison and 5th) will give you the opportunity to find answers to any questions you may have regarding the Expo.
The Open House is open to men and women, and will begin at 8 PM.
There will also be a raffle for your chance to win a family weekend getaway at the Bushkill Inn.
Light refreshments will be served.
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we should support this GREAT initiative.
Is this for job seekers or for service providers and employers?
It’s for EVERYONE. Business owners, employers & job seekers! Don’t you read their ads?
It’s worth it go just to pre-register. I went to KosherFest – and had to wait for the longest time to register.
Come one, Come All. Bring your friend that has a business, if you think he should have a booth to advertise that business. You’ll be helping your friend, while suoporting a great cause. The success of such an event is dependent on each and every one of us.
Everyone is going to be at the Expo; shouldn’t you or your friend, the business owner, capitalize on that?
Great cause. Duvi is mamesh mizakeh the rabim.
Will there be transportation by boat the the Asifa? Uh, I mean Expo?
R’ Duvy, this is an amazing project. Tizku L’mitzvos ! May you have much hatzlocha w/ the Expo. Dudi B.
Ah! R’ Duvi!!! What a tremendous zikui harabim!!!
I speak with many yungeleit, and they tell me that they will go to the expo if there will be a presentation about job options for a BMG graduate. People realize that our frum businesses have a limited hiring capacity. Let’s have a panel of frum professional laying out what they do and provide practical advice on what skills/education are needed, and how to find a job in that field. This will open the expo to a much broader audience, and will help solve the ____ crisis.
What is the cost of having a booth at the Expo? I may want one.
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