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Antonelli College to host career boot camp

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX 19) – Antonelli College will host a career boot camp on March 19th in order to prepare job seekers in the community for a career fair on March 24th. The boot camp will be held simultaneously at both the Cincinnati and West Chester locations from 10 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Later in the week, the career fair will be hosted at the Aronoff Center for the Arts from 11 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. All events are open to the public.

The Saturday boot camp series will be held as one-hour information sessions. Antonelli College says the presentations will be held by local experts on topics such as perfecting the 30-second elevator speech, online career resources, business etiquette and using social media as a job search engine. Presenting experts include Michael Loban, Kathy Rambo, Jodi Harmeyer and Margo Rose.

Five days later, the Aronoff Center for the Arts will open their main lobby, Orchestra level lobby and Loge level lobby to the public for a free career fair. Employers from a range of industries will be on hand to speak with job seekers, collect resumes and conduct informal interviews.

Confirmed employers include: AAA, ALLIED GROUP, Aegis Protective Services, Antonelli College, ArtWorks, Cincinnati Central Credit Union, Double Tree, Fifth Third Bank, Frisch's, GMR Exceptional Care, Inc., Graeters,

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati, Kelly Services, Lowe's, Messina Staffing, The Ohio Center for Broadcasting , Oncology Hematology Care, Our365, Reinhart Food Service, RHC-Resident Home Corporation, Scherzinger Termite and Pest Control, Staples, Take One Studio, Time Warner Cable, Total Quality Logistics, Triplefin, The Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, US Army, and WSTR-64. For a growing list of participating employers, visit www.antonellicollege.edu/career-fair.

For additional information, contact Antonelli College at 1-866-314-1724.

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