Veterans as Strategic Assets: Bridges To Employment

April 9th, 2019
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
101 Airport Road Romeoville Illinois 60446

Lewis University in Romeoville, IL would like to welcome you to our annual job fair event. Veterans as Strategic Assets: Bridges To Employment events assemble executives and senior managers from the public and private sectors to engage in a panel discussion educating Veterans on the strengths they bring to future careers. Following the panel, Veterans in attendance will connect in a networking forum with professional partners to empower student Veterans with networking skills necessary to succeed. The Veterans as Strategic Assets: Bridges To Employment event will take place at the following location:
Lewis UniversitySt. Charles Borromeo Convocation Hall101 Airport Rd.Romeoville, IL 604466:00 a.m. to 9:00
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Listed below are testimonials from the 2018 Bridges To Employment events that were held across Illinois: 
2018 STUDENT VETERAN TESTIMONIALS 
“I felt this event was great, it was well put together and well worth the trip.”
“I didn't know what to expect as I have never been to an event like this but it was great and I'm glad I was able to participate.”
“This event far exceeded my expectation! The networking portion of the event truly created an ideal opportunity for employers and veterans to meet and discuss employment-related issues.”
“I found that the questions and answers were very well done. The panelists were from a variety of backgrounds so the panel was not overwhelming in a sense that the situation fit all levels of employment.”
“I usually don't expect much from these type of things, but was pleasantly surprised how relevant the panel discussion was.”
 
2018 NETWORKING PARTNERS TESTIMONIALS
“As a networking partner my expectation was to meet student veterans who may be interested and/or want to learn more about career opportunities in the federal government; assist the student veterans in exploring career opportunities they may have not otherwise considered, and answer their questions/concerns. Yes, my expectations were met. I was very satisfied with the high caliber of student veterans.”
“My expectations were to find at least one solid fit for either an internship or a training program, which I did.”
“First experience with this event. It was worthwhile.”

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