Joseph Business School Helps Local Economy by Hosting Free Career Fair and Procurement Expo; Precedes 16th Annual Economic Empowerment Summit

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The Joseph Business School, a business and entrepreneurial school located in Forest Park, is sponsoring a day-long Career Fair and Procurement Expo on Thursday, November 5, 2009 that is free and open to the public. Major area employers will be on-site to interview potential employees. The Career Fair and Procurement Expo precede the Joseph Business School's 16th Annual Economic Empowerment Summit, on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7th. Speakers during this year's summit, a paid event, include spiritual and business visionary Bishop T.D. Jakes; Hollywood actor Derek Luke; Dr. Steve Perry, educator and CNN Education Contributor; global businesswoman Dr. Janice Bryant Howroyd, and multi-millionaire businessman Ephren Taylor, and others. For more information visit http://www.EES09.com or call 1-888-9SUMMIT (978-6648).

The Joseph Business School, a business and entrepreneurial school located in Forest Park, is sponsoring a day-long Career Fair and Procurement Expo on Thursday, November 5, 2009 that is free and open to the public. Major area employers, including several Fortune 500 Companies, with current job openings will be on-site to interview potential employees.

Career Fair Job Openings will range from entry to executive level positions in such areas as customer service, sales and marketing, and administration.

At the Procurement Expo, several government agencies and business-to-business companies will be present to speak to business owners about securing government contracts, working with municipal, state and federal governments, and obtaining business from other companies. Procurement Attendees may log onto http://www.EES09.com to complete a business profile for government agencies and corporations. There are also a limited number of B2B exhibitor spaces available.

Attendees can submit their resume in advance by logging onto http://www.EES09.com and clicking the Career Fair link. Attendees are encouraged to upload their resume (free of charge) to be considered for an interview the day of the fair. Companies with current job openings are encouraged to log onto http://www.EES09.com and click the Sponsor/Exhibitor/Vendor link to be considered for participation.

The Career Fair and Procurement Expo precede the Joseph Business School's 16th Annual Economic Empowerment Summit, on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7th. Speakers during this year's summit, a paid event, include spiritual and business visionary Bishop T.D. Jakes; Hollywood actor Derek Luke; Dr. Steve Perry, educator and CNN Education Contributor; global businesswoman Dr. Janice Bryant Howroyd, and multi-millionaire businessman Ephren Taylor, and others. For more information visit http://www.EES09.com or call 1-888-9SUMMIT (978-6648).

The Joseph Business School was founded in 1998 by Dr. Bill Winston, founder and senior pastor of Living Word Christian Center, to help entrepreneurs start and grow businesses based on biblical principles for success. The Joseph Business School includes an entrepreneurial school with satellite locations in other U.S. and international cities; an entrepreneurial center which includes a Small Business Development Center (SBDC), a continuing education program and business offices for lease; a leadership institute; and a vocational training center.

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