Touting it as a celebration of springtime, AHRC — a consumer-based nonprofit organization serving more than 15,000 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities — is inviting those looking for a fresh start in the workforce to attend their open house/job fair/meet-and-greet. The event goes from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 15 at the Stephen B. Siegel ADC Center, 2621 East 17th Street, between Avenue Z and Jerome Avenue.

Attendees are encouraged to apply for the F/T and P/T positions offered from AHRC’s various departments citywide. The Parks and Recreational Department will be on hand to answer all your questions, as will B2H, which provides services to individuals in the community, and representatives from other departments. An MTA representative will also be available to accept half-fare applications for those who are qualified.

And even if you already have a job, AHRC still wants its neighbors in the community to drop by for some food, refreshments, and maybe even to do a little impromptu gardening with them on their patio, commensurate with the day’s Earth-friendly theme.

To learn more, call the center at (347) 875-4880 or e-mail hannah.choi@ahrcnyc.org.

 

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  • http://twitter.com/nicktherat Nick the Rat

    maybe ill go here with a few resumes. I NEED A JOB DANG IT

  • http://twitter.com/nicktherat Nick the Rat

    btw, wtf is a half fare application all about?

  • Anonymous

    hmm…. What type of jobs are we talking about Exactly?