Rainbow PUSH Job Fair

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Special to Black Star News

If you are in search of a good job, you won’t want to miss the Diversity Career Opportunity and Development Expo. Held in conjunction with the annual Wall Street Project Conference, the purpose of the Expo is to bring highly skilled minority men and women together with corporations who share the belief that inclusion and opportunity lead to economic growth. The career fair will also be available online starting on January 9th - more details to come.

The job fair will take place Monday, January 8, 2007, Noon — 6 pm at The Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, 811 Seventh Ave. in New York City.

The Rainbow Push Coalition
The National Rainbow/PUSH Coalition (RPC) is a multiracial, multi-issue, international membership organization founded by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. The organization works to move the nation and the world toward social, racial and economic justice. From its national headquarters in Chicago and a bureau in Washington, D.C., the RPC unites people of diverse ethnic, religious, economic and political backgrounds to make America's promise of "liberty and justice for all" a reality.

Participating Companies
Naval Sea Systems Command   
Beth Abraham Family of Health Services   
NYU Medical Center   
Ariel Capital Management, Inc.   
The Boeing Company   
General Motors   
JPMorgan Chase   
Mobile Accord   
New York Life Insurance   
The New York Times   
Memorial Sloan - Kettering
Cancer Center   
Oppenheimer Funds   
Goldman Sachs   
The Depository Trust
and Clearing Corporation   

To sign up, please go to www.nytimes.com/marketing/jobmarket/jobfair/rainbowpush  NOW!

To learn more about the Rainbow PUSH coalition logon to  http://www.wallstreetproject.org/

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