Veterans’ Job Fair in Bossier City

The 4th Annual Veterans’ Job Fair is almost here!

It’s coming to the Bossier Civic Center July 23, 2009. It is from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

University of Phoenix and the La Work Force Commission will also be facilitating three classes:

1. How to Dress for Successful Interviews 10:30AM to 11:00AM
2. Interview Preparation 11:00AM to 11:30AM
3. Introduction to www.la.works.net 11:30AM to 12:00AM
( and how to use it to your advantage.)

Below is the list of attending venders as of today’s date. Please remember we are still accepting venders and that we have some interested in attending that have not registered yet.

Acadian Ambulance Service
American School of Busniess
Army Air Force Exchange Service
Ayers Career College
Bossier City Fire Department
Bossier Parish Comm College Cyber Info Tech Dept
Bossier Parish Comm College Recruiting Office
Bossier Parish Community College
Brookshires Grocery
Caddo Parish Sheriff ‘s Office
Career Technical College
Cellxion
CenterPoint Energy
City of Bossier City
Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Dept
Dallas Police Department
Deltic Timber Corp
Diesel Driving Academy
Dr. Reddy’s Laborotories La LLC
FCI Texarkana ( Fed Bureau of Prisons)
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Gandy Brown VFW Post 4588
Goodwill Industries of N Louisiana
Halliburton Energy Services
Harrah’s Horseshoe
Home Instead Senior Care
Hunt, Guillot & Associates
Impressions Advertising Specialties
In Line Staffing
Jean Simpson Personnel Services
Kansa City Southern Railway
Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
KTAL-TV
KTBS Inc
L-3 Communications/MID
LATAN
Louisiana Department of Veteran Affairs
Louisiana Rehabilitation Services
Louisiana State University Shreveport
Louisiana State University Shreveport Graduate Studies
Louisiana Technical College
Louisiana Troops to Teachers Program
Louisiana Work Force Commission
LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Minact-Shreveport Job Corps
Navy Reserve Recruiting
NEON (NMLA Employment Opportunties Network)
NW LA Veterans Cemetery
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center
Pathology Resources Network
Praeses
Pride Industries
Primercia
Sam’s Town Hotel and Casino
Sci-Port Louisiana Science Center
Shreveport Area Electrical JATC
Shreveport Fire Dept
Shreveport Police Department
Shreveport Vet Center
SOS Staffing Services
Tango Transport LLC
The Radio Group
Transportation Security Agency
U S Army
United States Air Force Reserve
University of Phoenix
Wells Office Supplies Inc
Wes-Pak Inc

Please Bring your dd-214 or ID card and resumes.

8 Responses to “Veterans’ Job Fair in Bossier City”

  1. armitron says:

    armitron…

    Veterans’ Job Fair in Bossier City « BOB Blog…very good posting.

  2. Sixteen mb says:

    Sixteen mb…

    Veterans’ Job Fair in Bossier City « BOB Blog… Veterans are real heroes.

  3. Congratulations Mr C D Sutherland. What a great read. I’ve bought this book and couldn’t “put it down”. CD is an excellent story teller and has a good writing style. Additionally, his book is well edited and well published. The grammar is outstanding. He earns a five star grading due to the countless hours he spent caring for his book, combining his arts and science talents.

    He takes you into a fantasy world we all need to go to from time to time, in order to escape from reality for a while. He grips you with his excellent plot leading to very surprising events. CD, being a former B52 pilot, knows what he’s talking about and draws heavily from his 32 years experience in the Air Force, from air force procedures and training to actual warfare.

    What I also like from his book is that it’s something to read for the whole family, any age group. It seems that he classifies it as Religious Fantasy. I would rather classify it as “Science Fantasy”, although it has a spiritual side, thereby maybe broadening his market. Fact is, it’s a great read for anyone.

    Well done CD, all in all a good work of fiction, whatever the classification.

  4. I love how the author starts off the novel and continues to drag the reader in with the mental picture he conjures up for us. It is my belief that only an amazing author can do this for readers.
    I also love how the author calls on God for help in his novel.
    The descriptive nature and ability of the C.D. Sutherland is astounding. Don’t be fooled by the name of the novel- it is not about dragons or witchcraft- but it is a great story.
    The dialogue is inpeccable and the writing is flawless!
    I thoroughly enjoyed the amazing story and compliment the author on his fine ability at creating a world for the reader to enter and enjoy.
    I recommend it to everyone who enjoys reading excellent work.

  5. C. D. Sutherland is a B-52 pilot turned novelist with his THE CHRONICLES OF SUSAH series. These novels defy conventional classification as they blend action and emotional tension with technology and spiritual intrigue in a coming of age story wrapped in an epic adventure set in the antediluvian age. Born in Virginia, to the son of a coal-miner, who escaped a life in the dark Appalachian mines by joining the U.S. military, C. D. Sutherland also joined the military. After high school, he served in the Air Force for thirty-two years, seeing much of the world and doing things most men have only dreamed about doing. More information is available at http://www.cdsutherland.com

  6. I enjoyed reading of the deeper meaning of the candy cane and of the true history of Christmas. I had heard of some of the symbology before, but there were several elements that were new to me (for instance, the reason for the peppermint flavoring). This book is written at a level that can be enjoyed by children as well as adults, and all just in time for Christmas.

  7. I patiently waited for this second book in The Chronicles of Susah series because after reading the first book (THE DRAGONEERS) I had fell in love with Susah, the story’s main character. Little did I know, this wasn’t going to be just a continuation of her story, but also it is a deeper journey into an allegoric presentation of life in general.

    In the first book, Susah proved herself to be as good as anyone: smart, strong, talented, and clever. What she lacked in experience, she made up for in enthusiasm, courage, and dedication to duty.

    In this second book, her life unravels. Political circumstances, well-beyond her control, cascade down to her level and eventually leave her unemployed. Refusing to crawl back to her parents for support, she finds new work on her own. Her talents shine. She gets other job offers, which include not only greater rewards, but also much greater risks. It changes her.

    Most people just want to harness her talents for their own profit, but a few people care about her: her friends, her parents, and at least one mentor. Dachux, who is going through challenges of his own, tries to explain the history and the way she should go. Susah is so talented, but she struggles with following his advice. She wants the best of everything, but time is running out. As it is, the fate of her friends, her country, and maybe even all of mankind hinge on her decision.
    While C. D. Sutherland set this story in a fantastical ancient world with dragons, giants, and various demons–its theme resonants with the world we live in today. We face temptations and decisions must be made. As Dachux tells Susah–We have the freedom to make our own decisions, but ultimately our decisions make us. Maybe even more importantly, what we do with our lives affect other people.

    After soaking in the many details of this more-of-the-story continuation of the adventures of Susah, the dragoneer, I once again find myself longing for the next book. I am a fan for life of this amazing adventure.

  8. “The Lost Dragoneer” expands and deepens the antediluvian world set up by book one in the series. Sutherland adds layers of political intrigue and malevolent machinations that dash Susah’s hopes for a straight shot to glory and the history books. While she may be the most talented young dragoneer in history, she discovers that her raw ability does not make her career–and her life–take perfect shape on its own.

    Sethica has repelled an invasion, but the war isn’t over. Leadership is faltering. By and large, the citizens of Sethica don’t understand the momentum is turning against them, and they are not prepared to defend themselves should the military falter. In fact, little of the city and its people could be described as embodying the potential of Seth’s progeny, the last pure descendants of Adam. I find these familiar dimensions that resonate with our times today which, together with other features too numerous to mention here, account for this story’s likely classification as a steampunk sub-genre.

    “The Lost Dragoneer” is a fine story in its own right and an excellent sequel to “The Dragoneers.” It may be centered on a young woman, but this book is not just for girls and teens. It is the work of an expansive and daring imagination that would not, and perhaps could not, create something that does nothing more than entertain.

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