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NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair is Back!
Northwest Assistance Ministries

September, 2016

NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair is Back!

Houston, Texas—September 12, 2016. The Learning Center at Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM) and Between Jobs Ministry (BJM) are ready to host their fourth annual career fair!

The NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair will be held at the Northwest Bible Church, at 5503 Fellowship Lane, Spring, TX 77379 on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. More than 40 employers and representatives from various non-profit and veteran organizations are expected to participate in the event. No registration is required to attend.

“It’s a wonderful event and we offer more than your typical career fair,” explained Mary Silbert, Director of NAM’s Learning Center. “The NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair will provide job seekers with the opportunity to meet potential employers face-to-face, something that it is so difficult to obtain these days. People are appreciative of this opportunity and it gives them hope that there are still opportunities available, especially after the Houston area has been hit hard with layoffs,” Silbert said.

The NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair will also showcase resources for veterans, information about educational grants and non-profits. Guest speaker and coach, Bill Proctor, will be teaching his Special Job Readiness Workshop that will allow participants to gain insight into the job search process.

Some of the potential employers, recruiters and veterans organizations that will attend the NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair include: Welker, Methodist Hospital, Stryker, Lone Star College Recruiting, City of Houston, Goodman Manufacturing, Comerica Bank, Patterson –UTI Drilling, Klein ISD Transportation, Verizon, The Brock Group, SGS, TXU, Mustang Cat, FBI, Recruiting Source International, Hertz, Waste Management, Texas Veterans Commission, Wells Fargo Bank, RSI, Grocer’s Supply, Lowe’s, Department of Homeland Security, Houston Marriott North, Harris County Sheriff’s Department, Workforce Solutions, Harris County, US Department of Homeland Security, Requested Personnel, Comcast, Lone Star College Continuing Education, Home Depot, Corner Store, Kroger, Goodwill Industries, Edward Jones, NAM/THRIVE program, Corestaff, Houston Police Department, Hilton Worldwide, WorkFaith Connection, Grace After Fire, Whataburger, Sprout’s Farmers Market, United Way 211 Vets and Evergreen Private Care.

The Learning Center at NAM provides adult students with the vocational training they need to start a new career. During this fiscal year, the Learning Center provided 61 clients with vocational training scholarships, and assisted 48 clients to obtain jobs. The Learning Center also provided GED and ESL classes to more than 250 students. The NAM/BJM Fall 2015 Career Fair was attended by 700 job seekers with 40 employers and non-profit exhibitors participating in the Fair.

Northwest Assistance Ministries is a non-profit, community-based social service agency that strives to meet basic human needs through Neighbors Helping Neighbors. NAM provides assistance in areas such as food, shelter, health, education, safety and financial education. During our last fiscal year, NAM touched the lives of more than 127,000 people through its many programs and services.

For more information about this year’s NAM/BJM Fall 2016 Career Fair, please contact Mary Silbert, Learning Center Director at (281) 885-4616 or visit


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