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Fort Stewart hosts career expo

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The Non-Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America is helping veterans and their families find work.

The association hosted a career expo on Tuesday at Fort Stewart. The event featured both national and local employers and education opportunities.

"Or course online is a very convenient way to search for a job," said Shelley Conklin of the Non-Commissioned Officers Association. "It's also a convenient way to search for an employee and serves a lot of purposes and I think it goes hand in hand with live events, but you can't really replace that ability to look someone in the face and hear from them exactly ‘how do I get this done.'"

There will be another hiring fair next month on Fort Stewart. To register, go here.

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