You are invited to participate in the Friday, April 23 Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair and interview with 23 companies and government agencies seeking to hire transitioning service members and veterans across all ranks/ratings and branches of service. The updated list of companies registered to date is shown below.
By visiting the April 23 Virtual Job Fair page, you can search each company’s job listings and apply in advance, enabling you to chat about those applications during the event. Also on the Job Fair page, you can find your LinkedIn contacts at each company. We encourage you to network with them prior to the Job Fair to gain more information about the company and its employment opportunities.
Registering for the April 23 Virtual Job Fair From 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (EST)
The first step is to register for the Job Fair on Corporate Gray Online:
1. Visit www.CorporateGray.com/login or sign up
2. Click the JOB FAIRS link on the menu bar
3. Click the “register” link for the April 23 Virtual Job Fair
4. Upload your resume and click the “Register” button.
You will then be directed to complete your registration on the eCareerFairs website, which is the platform being used to host this event. After registering on eCareerFairs, you can preview the company booths, read the company descriptions, view their job listings, and note the recruiters who will be staffing the booths. You are also encouraged to upload your headshot photo and test your video connection.
In early April, FEMA will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses incurred after Jan. 20, 2020 for deaths related to coronavirus (COVID-19) to help ease some of the financial stress and burden caused by the pandemic. The policy was finalized today, and FEMA is now moving rapidly to implement this funeral assistance program nationwide.
At FEMA, “our mission is to help people before, during and after disasters,” said Acting FEMA Administrator Bob Fenton. “The COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense grief for so many people. Although we cannot change what has happened, we affirm our commitment to help with funeral and burial expenses that many families did not anticipate.”