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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Plays Matchmaker

(Pittsburgh) May 7, 2001 - Finding a job is a little like falling in love, sometimes you need some help.

In that spirit, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Job and Career Education Center (now a Pittsburgh/Allegheny County Careerlink Mini-Center) will host its Second Annual Job Fair on Tuesday, May 7 from 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in the Carnegie Music Hall Foyer.

"Given today's job market," says CLP Director Herb Elish, "it makes sense to utilize every option available. Our Job and Career Education Center (JCEC) offers a range of services and universal access to important resources."

Since 1979, the Library's JCEC has provided employers, job seekers, educators and students with career development and placement assistance.

Included among the employers setting up shop at this year's Job Fair are UPMC Health System, Dial America, Holiday Inn, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, PNC Bank, Fidelity Bank and Citizen's Bank, FedEx Express, Bidwell Training Center, Kelly Home Care and Goodwill Workforce Development Center. For more information call Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Job and Career Education Center at 412-622-3133.

About Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: "Free to the People" since 1895

Through its Main Library and 18 neighborhood locations, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the dynamic and diverse information needs of people living in western Pennsylvania. The Library is an important community anchor that provides universal access to literature, culture, art, music, history, business and technology.

CLP's JCEC is funded in part by the City of Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh Partnership and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). EEOC. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request.

About Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: "Free to the People" since 1895

Through its Main Library and 18 neighborhood locations, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the dynamic and diverse information needs of people living in Western Pennsylvania. The Library is an important community anchor that provides universal access to literature, culture, art, music, history, business and technology.



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