Miami, FL.—(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–January 18, 2005–The Minority Chamber of Commerce Greater Miami, will host the Law Enforcement Diversity Job Fair 2005 next Friday January 21 at the Wal*Mart Doral Store Parking Lot located 8651 N.W.13th Terrace. Approximately 45 representatives from the US Government and Local agencies top recruitment security agency are participating offering employment and on the spot job opportunities to the local community. Free and open to the public, this event is a one-stop shop for individuals seeking employment in the law enforcement sector, and for employers who seek to hire local talent with a diversified background.
“More Law Enforcement Agencies today are committed to developing a more inclusive workforce and they are beginning to see positive changes,” said Doug Mayorga, executive director for The Minority Chamber of Commence. “US Government and Local Police are increasing their efforts not only by recruiting women and minority employees, but also by providing unique opportunities to advance and retain staff as well. They want to create and foster an environment in which employees from diverse backgrounds can reach their full performance and career potential in law enforcement”.
Among the employers already committed to recruiting at the Job Fair: Office of Personnel Management, Homeland Security, Miami Dade Police Department, Pembroke Pines Police Department, Fort Pierce Police Department, Key West Police Department, US Coast Guard, Immigration and Border Patrol, Broward Sheriff’s Office, FDLE, Florida State Trooper, Coral Gables Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigations, City of Miami Police Department, Fast Train, Go Jobing.Com, The Home Depot, TSA, and Wal-Mart among others.
A variety of activities through a mini seminar called “Being Ready” will be presented with the purpose of educating and empowering individuals and businesses in the community to be prepared and respond to potential terrorist attacks and other emergencies. The goal of the campaign aims to create higher community involvement and awareness as an effort to increase the level of basic preparedness in case of a catastrophe across our county. For more information about our event, you can access: http://www.lawenforcementjobfair.org
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