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FTCC to hold Skilled Trades & Technology Expo on campus

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

Update: The event has been rescheduled from its original date of June 16 to June 28. 

 

Employers and job seekers are invited to attend Fayetteville Technology Community College’s Skilled Trades & Technology Expo on June 16.

 

The free event, which will be held at the Tony Rand Student Center at 2220 Hull Road, will feature an informational session about the school’s job- and career- training programs from 3-4 p.m. and a career fair from 4-6 p.m. 

 

Coordinated through FTCC’s Career and Education Success Center, the Expo is open to the public. 

 

The skilled trades and technology careers being featured at the Expo include: 

  • Construction trades (electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and basic construction and masonry) 
  • Automotive trades  
  • Computer fundamentals 
  • Property maintenance 
  • Solar installation and maintenance 
  • Horticulture and landscaping 

 Businesses and employers can register to participate in the expo at https://bit.ly/FTCCJobsExpo.  

 

For information, visit www.faytechcc.edu/success-center or contact the center at CESC@faytechcc.edu or 910-678-8419. 

 

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