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NH Business Newsreel: NH teams with Vt. for career events

July 08. 2014 7:29PM

NH teams with Vt. for career events

CONCORD — New Hampshire Employment Security is partnering with the Vermont and New Hampshire Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, the White River Junction Veterans Administration Medical Center and the Vermont Department of Labor to present a career skills workshop and a career resources expo.

The skills workshop, open to all job seekers, is scheduled from 1 to 5 p.m. today at 215 N. Main St., White River Junction, Vt.

It will provide participants with an opportunity to learn the techniques for conducting an effective job search, preparing an effective resume, working the interview process and getting the most out of a job fair.

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The career expo is scheduled for 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 22, also 215 N. Main St. in White River Junction. The event will be open exclusively to members of the Guard, Reserves, veterans and spouses from 1 to 3 p.m. All job seekers will be welcome from 3 to 5 p.m.

The expo will provide participants with an opportunity to meet and interview with hiring local employers, speak with representatives from area colleges and universities, gain knowledge about starting your own business, as well as clarify GI Bill benefits.

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For information, contact Laura Pomeroy at (802) 296-5171 or via email at

SNHU senior awarded Yankee Chapter scholarship

CONCORD — Bethany Mancuso, a senior at Southern New Hampshire University and a resident of Coventry, R.I., has been awarded the fourth-annual James H. Bradley Memorial Scholarship by the Yankee Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Mancuso is pursuing a major in communication with a minor in public relations. She is a founding member and the first president of the university’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter and was named to the President’s List for five semesters.

The scholarship was established to honor James Bradley, a founding member of the Yankee Chapter who died in 2010.


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