Disability Mentoring Event

Free online career exploration event

Online Job Event

SecureScan is proud to be participating in a free disability mentoring event, sponsored by the Capital Region Employment Alliance (CREA).

This free-to-attend online event is a career exploration and mentorship opportunity intended to expose job seekers with disabilities to employment opportunities in and around the Capital Region Area.

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About this event

During the event, job seekers and/or their support staff will have a unique opportunity to hear from and meet with local area businesses, including SecureScan, that are currently seeking qualified candidates to fill open positions.

Jobseekers will get the chance to hear from business representatives about how each company’s culture and job requirements align with their goals, and may even get a chance to connect one on one with a preferred business for a practice interview**.

Businesses currently participating in this free event:

  • CVS Pharmacy
  • GoodTemps by Goodwill NYNJ
  • Price Chopper/Market 32
  • St. Peters Healthcare
  • SecureScan: Document Scanning
  • Tech Valley Hospitality Shuttle

After registering for this free event, you will receive an email containing a link to allow you to join the Zoom meeting.

What you can expect:

Part 1: Empower

Keynote Remarks Presented by Price Chopper/Market 32 aimed to help you discover your purpose in today’s workforce and fuel your passion to work.

Part 2: Explore

Hear from a panel of six businesses, noted above, to find out how their culture and real-time job openings match your skills and goals.

Part 3: Engage

On a limited basis, sign up to participate in a mock interview with a participating business of your choice. Mock interviews may lead to job opportunities for those currently seeking employment.

**Sign-ups will take place after August 5 and may be limited.**

This event has ended.

Feel free to check our employment page to see current job opportunites.

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