SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) — Chrysler is the latest company to join the growing list of exhibitors at The Engineering Society of Detroit Engineering and Technology Job Fair on Monday, Sept. 9 from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
As of Wednesday, more than 40 companies and almost 2,000 jobs will be available in a variety of areas, including all disciplines of engineering, architecture, IT, defense, and more. This shows the need for qualified talent in Michigan, especially in the STEM areas — science, technology, engineering and mathematics.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: Motor City Gears Up for Electric Future
Chrysler and Ford will be joined by major Michigan companies looking for applicants, including Link Engineering, DTE Energy, Denso, Consumers Energy, Yazaki North America, and many others.READ MORE: The Council Of Baptist Pastors Of Detroit And Vicinity Celebrate Its Year-Long 'Take The Shot' Initiative
The cost to attend the job fair is $15 for non-ESD members (includes a one-year membership to ESD — offer good for new first time members only); the event is free for ESD members.
For more information about the job fair or to attend or exhibit, visit http://www.esd.org or call
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