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Featured Employer Job Seminar
The Madison Metropolitan School District is Hiring!
Come Join Us July 10, 2012 and Apply!

July 5, 2012


Greetings Friends and Colleagues,


The Urban League of Greater Madison and the Madison Metropolitan School District are partnering to help MMSD identify talented employees for open positions.


On Tuesday, July 10, 2012 from 5pm - 8pm, the Urban League is hosting a Job Seminar featuring one of the Madison areas largest employers - the Madison Metropolitan School District - at our Center for Economic Development and Workforce Training, 2222 South Park Street, Madison, 53713. 


To help interested applicants navigate their hiring process, we have arranged to have MMSD HR representatives on-hand to talk about their position openings and working with MMSD, answer questions, and walk attendees through the on-line application process.


MMSD is looking for quality applicants - someone like you or another person you know.  This could be a great opportunity to join a large employer paying a competitive wage with good benefits. MMSD will discuss the following openings at next week's forum. You can click on the names of the positions to review the position description.

Join us at the Urban League at 5:00pm on next Tuesday, July 10th if you'd like  to learn more about these job opportunities. Then, stick around and apply on-line in our Computer Lab before you leave. Consider bringing your resume or some other form of documentation of your work history to assist you with applying.


This will be a great chance to speak directly with MMSD Human Resource representatives.  Don't miss it! 


Please CLICK HERE to let us know you'll be joining us and so we can have a name tag waiting for you when you arrive. Or call us at 608-729-1200 an RSVP by phone. 


For more information, please contact Vernon Blackwell at vblackwell@ulgm.org. There is no cost to attend this event. Please share this with others who are seeking employment.


We hope to see you next week! 


Ensuring Greater Madison becomes 
the Best Place in the Midwest to Work