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'Reverse Job Fair' Seeks To Pair College Grads With Disabilities, Employers

'Reverse Job Fair' Seeks To Pair College Grads With Disabilities, EmployersLocal nonprofit Tangram Business Resourcing leads Wednesday's "Reverse Job Fair," where job seekers sit at tables and employers make the round to interview. 2019-03-06T00:00:00-05:00
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'Reverse Job Fair' Seeks To Pair College Grads With Disabilities, Employers

Angie Vandersteen, business development manager Tangram Business Resourcing

Taylor Bennett/WFYI

A non-traditional job fair seeks to pair college grads with disabilities and central Indiana employers.  Local nonprofit Tangram Business Resourcing leads Wednesday's "Reverse Job Fair," where job seekers sit at tables and employers make the round to interview.

WFYI's Taylor Bennett spoke with the group’s business development manager Angie Vandersteen and asked her why there is a need for this type of job fair.

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