Free Job Fair Slated July 19 at Computer Systems Institute/Gurnee
CHICAGO, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Job seekers looking for entry-level positions will have an opportunity to meet employers and staffing agencies at a free job fair scheduled at Computer Systems Institute (CSI) in Gurnee on Thursday, July 19. The event is open to the public from 2-4 pm on the campus at 5330 Grand Avenue, across the street from Six Flags Great America.
Recruiters will be looking for entry-level professionals in business administration, healthcare and information technology – three areas in which CSI offers eight-month career training programs – as well as candidates for clerical, construction, manufacturing, sales/marketing, transportation and warehousing positions. More information is available by calling 847-263-4258.
The job fair is an extension of CSI fast-track career programs that help students secure jobs in high-demand fields such as administrative assisting, computer support, medical assisting and medical billing. Programs are geared toward skill acquisition as well as preparation for certifications that facilitate job placements, including CompTIA A+, Microsoft MCITP and Microsoft MCTS exams for network systems administration; National Healthcareer Association and American Medical Technologist exams for healthcare; and Microsoft Office Specialist and Customer Service exams for business.
CSI covers the cost of these certification exams for graduates of its career programs. The school also offers an array of other support services to help students succeed in the classroom as well as the job market, including stipends to reward academic performance, no-charge retake of failed classes, free GED exam preparation, career advising, job placement assistance, scholarships and financial aid.
CSI also has campuses in Chicago, Elgin, Lombard and Skokie. The school has been serving Chicago-area residents since 1989. It is accredited by the North Central Association, licensed by the Illinois State Board of Education, approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs to accept the GI bill, and a Microsoft IT Academy. For more information, visit www.csinow.edu.
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