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Mangano And Winthrop-University Hospital Announce “Welcome Back Warriors” All-Veteran Jobs And Support Services Fair
Assists Large Number of Returning Veterans Find Employment Opportunities
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano was today joined by John Collins, Winthrop-University Hospital CEO, Chuck Cutolo, General Counsel for Governmental Relations for Nassau Community College and U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Jeff Matassa to announce the 2012 “Welcome Back Warriors” All-Veterans Jobs and Support Services Fair which will be held on Tuesday, May 22, 2012, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Nassau Community College at the Physical Education Complex.
“My administration is committed to creating economic development and private-sector job opportunities wherever possible. Attracting new employers, supporting small business development and helping businesses find qualified employees is essential to Nassau’s future,” said County Executive Mangano. “We must never forget the veterans who answered our nation’s call to duty and fought to defend our nation’s freedom. Our soldiers risked their lives to protect us afar and we need to protect them while at home.”
Winthrop-University Hospital is the proud sponsor of County Executive Mangano’s 2012 “Welcome Back Warriors” All-Veteran Jobs and Support Services Fair. Dozens of companies will be there with job opportunities, along with experts who will help to improve job-hunting skills, the G.I. Bill and other services for returning veterans.
For more information on how to participate in the 2012 “Welcome Back Warriors” All-Veterans Jobs and Support Services Fair, please contact the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency at: (516) 572-6565.