Hundreds attended the King County Career Fair last July at the Embassy Suites in Bellevue, which featured exhibitors from top employers throughout the area. File photo

Hundreds attended the King County Career Fair last July at the Embassy Suites in Bellevue, which featured exhibitors from top employers throughout the area. File photo

King County Career Fair set for March 5 in Bellevue

The free event will feature dozens of top employers from region.

The public is invited to attend the King County Career Fair from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday, March 5 at the Embassy Suites Bellevue, 3225 158th Ave. SE.

This event — for employers, recruiters, schools and job seekers — will feature exhibitors from dozens of top employers, agencies, companies and colleges throughout the area.

Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with some of the area’s top employers. Participants are encouraged to dress professionally and bring multiple copies of their resume, as companies will be ready to hire immediately.

Attendees are also encouraged to stop by the resume review station, where experts from the TERRA Staffing Group will be on hand to offer free advice.

Register and upload your resume/profile at eastsidecareerfair.com for a chance to win a $25 or $50 gift card.

For businesses interested in participating, register at eastsidecareerfair.com.

The career fair is sponsored by Sound Publishing and the Greater Seattle Business Association.

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