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Mayor’s Office and Metropolitan Action Commission’s Workforce Division Announce Virtual Job Fairs

Chris Song

The Mayor’s Office and the Metropolitan Action Commission’s Workforce Division will begin a series of citywide virtual job fairs featuring various employers on Thursday, August 6 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The Nashville Works! Virtual Job Fair Series, featuring employers Aegis Science Corporation and the Metropolitan Action Commission, will be conducted via Zoom, the internet video communications application. To register, applicants should visit the applicant registration portal.

Job seekers can participate from their home computers or using computers at Goodwill Career Solutions centers at 937 Herman St., Nashville; 1985 Providence West Parkway, Mt. Juliet; or 2955 S. Church St., Murfreesboro.

Aegis’ openings include assistant maintenance technician, laboratory aide, and accessioning technician. Metro Action Commission openings include early Head Start teacher, Head Start teacher assistant, early education coach/trainer, bus driver, and other positions.

In the wake of changes to unemployment benefits and the prolonged financial impact of closures due to COVID-19, the city has partnered with various community partners and employers to begin this series of employment opportunities.

The partners of the Nashville Works! Virtual Job Fair Series includes Goodwill Industries, Nashville State Community College, Aegis Laboratories, Conexión Américas, and Workforce Essentials.

More details about participating in the Nashville Works! Virtual Job Fair and other hiring events can be obtained by calling 615-862-8860, extension 77411 or emailing