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Electricians’ union, contractors’ group host job fair

Electrician Carrie Reyes is one of several hundred

Electrician Carrie Reyes is one of several hundred women who have completed apprentice training and went on to work in the construction trades. She is shown working on the addition to the Middle Country Public Library in Centereach on May 27, 2003. Photo Credit: Newsday / John H. Cornell Jr.

If you’re looking for electrical work in the construction industry, a local job fair could help.

Local 25 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is partnering with the National Electrical Contractors Association to host a free job fair on Thursday at the local’s facility in Hauppauge.

The “Industry Night” fair is open to the public and will run from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Contractors hoping to fill jobs will be on hand.

Attendees are encouraged to bring several copies of their resumes. Food and beverages will be served. Go to bit.ly/lifair for more information.

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