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Tennessee Valley employers turning out for Second Chance Job Fair

The Second Chance Job Fair, which helps underserved people local jobs, is coming up with more than 50 local companies expected.

The Second Chance Job Fair, which helps underserved people find local jobs, is coming up with more than 50 local companies expected.

The free job fair is on February 27 at the Jaycees Building in Huntsville. It’s an opportunity for anyone who is unemployed, underemployed, in need of a second chance at a career, or who might have dropped out of high school or want better opportunities, to connect with local companies looking for workers.

More than 50 Tennessee Valley companies (see below) are expected to attend. Job seekers should dress for success and bring copies of their resume.

Need help with a resume? Visit the Alabama Career Center at 2535 Sparkman Drive in Huntsville ahead of the job fair.

Need help to dress for success? Check out Christmas Charities Year Round or go to the 211 Work Clothing website.

Learn more about the Second Chance Job Fair here.

Expected to attend:

According to the Huntsville-Madison Chamber of Commerce, the following companies and community agencies are registered to participate in the Second Chance Job Fair on February 27, 2019 at the Jaycees Community Building in Huntsville:

Ability Plus

Alabama Lawn Master, Inc.

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders Organization

Always There In Home Care

American Senior Assistance Programs Inc.

Army Air Force Exchange Service

Automation Personnel Services, Inc.

Bailey Consulting Services

Bank Independent

Buffalo Rock

Candlewood Suites Huntsville

Capital Management Services (CMS Huntsville)

Census Bureau

Christian Women’s Job Corps

Coast Personnel Services

Community Action Partnership of Huntsville/Madison/Limestone County

Davidson Technologies

Five Star Food Service

Gemstone Foods, LLC

H & R Block

Home Instead Senior Care

Huntsville Career Center

Huntsville Hospital

Huntsville/Madison County Builders Association

Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Innovative Mobile Solutions, LLC

Kids to Love Foundation

Labor Finders

LifeSouth Community Blood Centers

Lowe’s Home Center

Lowe’s Home Improvement #0411


Madison County Commission

Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial – Steve Sutton, FIC

NACEE, Veteran Upward Bound

Onin Staffing

PESG – Professional Educational Staffing Group



Randstad VBC


Right at Home In-Home Care & Assistance

Senior Helpers

Sequel Youth and Family Services

Spherion of Huntsville

Stonecraft Construction, Division of Imagine, Inc.

Techni-Core Corporation

The Spencer Comapnies, Inc.

Troy University

Turner Construction

Two Men and a Truck

University of Alabama in Huntsville

Valley Pizza, Inc. DBA Domino’s

Vision of Learning Academy

Waynes Environmental Services


Wilson Lumber Company Inc.