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EVENT PARTNERS

Jewish Community

Job Connection Event

www.jvsdet.org

ATTENTION: JOB SEEKERS

THE CENTER

BETH EL

www.ActNow.Jobs

Jewish Family Service
of Metropolitan Detroit

7:30 - 8:00 a.m.

Oakland County

MICHIGAN

WORKS !.

Check-in

8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Temple Emanu-El

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

WHERE YOU KIANG

Employer Forum

Get motivated to take your job search
to the next level! Hear from hiring
managers regarding industry trends in
hiring and learn how to be a successful
job candidate.

Open to the General Public

Wednesday,
May 14, 2014

Jewish Community Center
15110 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237

Detroit
Employment
Solutions
Corporation

A Michigan Works! Agency

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9:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

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Making a difference

Job Fair

As of April 1, 2014

Connect with 30+ companies that have
current job openings

Visit www.ActNow.Jobs t

Ask the Experts

1. Register for the event

Spend 15 minutes getting tips on your
job search

2. Review and apply in advance
for job openings at the job fair

Community Resources

3. View the schedule of JVS workshops on
interviewing, navigating job fairs and more

Receive information, referrals and
assistance from local agencies

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There is a
every family's

ZEKELMAN FAMILY CAMPUS

The Holocaust Memorial Center

will preserve your treasures

of history under the proper

light, temperature and humidity

conditions. We welcome

your documents, photos,

Tell yours and educate
the next generation at the
Holocaust Memorial Center.

letters and objects from

Europe, DP Camps, the former

Soviet Union, especially the Volyn

region from the Ukraine including

the cities of Berezhnitsa, Sarny,

A wedding photo, a passport, an article

of clothing or a Kiddush cup can help

Dubrovitsa, Vladimirets, Korets,

Tseptsevichi and Mezhirichi.

tell future generations the story of Jewish

For more information,

life and what was lost in the Holocaust.

please contact Feiga Weiss

at 248.553.2834 or email
feiga.weiss@holocaustcenter.org .

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ZEKELMAN FAMILY CAMPUS

Library Archive (second floor) 28123 Orchard Lake Road
248.553.2400, ext. 116 wwwholocaustcenter.org

Farmington Hills, MI 48334 3738

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