Columbia Southern Education Group, Fort Bragg to Present Hiring Event

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Event at military base to assist transitioning military personnel, spouses, veterans and others in finding employment and careers

As veterans and active-duty military personnel transitioning to civilian life face a national 5 percent unemployment rate, Columbia Southern Education Group (CSEG) and Fort Bragg’s Soldier for Life program unite to present a special hiring event.

CSEG and Soldier for Life will conduct a Fort Bragg Career Resource Center hiring event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Soldier Support Center, 2843 Normandy Drive. The focus of the event is to provide transitioning military personnel, veterans and spouses a bridge from the military to civilian employment and careers. Registration for the event ends Oct. 16 and it is open to active, retired, disabled, veteran, National Guardsmen, Reservists and displaced Department of Defense civilians.

CSEG is the parent company of Iowa-based Waldorf College and Columbia Southern University, which is based in Alabama. Both institutions offer online degree programs to adult learners.

Soldier for Life, a transition assistance program, provides comprehensive transition services to separating and retiring soldiers, their family members and Department of the Army civilians.

Some exciting job opportunities at the November event include a roofing estimator, roofing installer, correctional officer, transportation drivers and cable technicians. Attendees will be able to submit resumes directly to companies looking to fill these positions. Interviews will be scheduled during the day.

To submit a resume and register for the event, visit http://www.csegroup.com/opportunities/crc-hiring-event.

About Columbia Southern Education Group and the Fort Bragg Career Resource Center
Columbia Southern Education Group partners with Fort Bragg to establish the Fort Bragg Career Resource Center to assist transitioning military members, spouses, veterans and displaced Department of Defense civilians.

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