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Veterans organization to hold Military Career Expo April 10

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Career expos held for vets in Goose Creek. Career expos held for vets in Goose Creek.
GOOSE CREEK, SC - Press Release - Many Americans have sacrificed to serve our country and more than 200,000 military men and women will leave active duty tin 2014 to transition into the civilian world.

The Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America is hosting a Career Expo on April 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Red Bank Club - 2316 Redbank Road, Goose Creek, SC 29445. If you are a Veteran, currently separating from the military, or a military spouse this event features both national and local employers and education opportunities. 

If your company is interested in hiring heroes with proven leadership, talent and dedication, please sign up for a booth by contacting the NCOA at 210-837-5200. 


The NCOA is a chartered, 501c (19) non-profit military organization.  The Career Expo Program has been active since 1973 and the events are completely self-supporting.  Any proceeds we realize from the Expos are used in the benevolent works of the Association that support veterans and their families.    
 
The Mission of the EXPOs is to assist U.S. Military men and women currently in transition, veterans, and their spouses in their search for meaningful civilian employment.  These individuals are from all five branches of the U.S. Military and include Officers, NCOs, enlisted personnel and their families.
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