Lynchburg, VA - Several hundred people got the chance to get their name out there, for a job in Lynchburg Wednesday.
Sixty-five businesses participated in the Career Fair and Business Expo at Miller-Motte Technical College.
The Centra School of Nursing, Lynchburg Police and Star Tek were among the employers there.
"We've got a little bit of everything for everyone no matter where you are at. It can't hurt to come talk to someone professionally, because maybe they aren't hiring today but you know what in three months after you leave your resume and gave a good impression face to face they may call you back later on."
Wednesday's fair also offered workshops on subjects like resume building and interview skills.
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