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Military job fair set for Wednesday at Ft. Bliss, where America’s military connects with civilian careers, is holding a job fair on Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas this Wednesday, August 26, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Centennial Conference Center.

The event is sponsored by the Fort Bliss Soldier For Life: Transition Assistance Program and is open to transitioning military, veterans and military family members. A free lunch will be given to active duty military with ID or in uniform.

A mix of Fortune 500 and local military-friendly companies will be present, including Boeing, AECOM, Russell Transport Inc., JD Abrams, Bureau of Land Management, Kindred Healthcare, New York Life Insurance Company, Vinnell Arabia and El Paso Police Department.

“ is pleased to host this job fair with the support of the Soldier For Life: Transition Assistance Program. We are excited to be able to assist transitioning military and veterans in connecting with civilian employers at no cost to the job seeker,” said Jake Hutchings, General Manager of

Job seekers may register at the door, although military and prior military are encouraged to take advantage of’s unique BestFit™ Profile pre-matching process. This process ensures a company’s representatives will meet the attendees whose backgrounds offer the best fit for their positions.

Attendees may pre-register at this link: Job Fairs.


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