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Cyprus-U.S. Chamber Hosts Job Fair

NEW YORK – The Cyprus-U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Cyprus Young Professionals in cooperation with community organizations like the  American Hellenic Institute (AHI), the Hellenic American Bankers Association (HABA), the Hellenic American Lawyers Association (HLA) and Hellenic Organizations of University Graduates of America,  held their Career & Internship Fair at the Holy Trinity Cathedral.

Job seekers armed with resumes and enthusiasm discussed opportunities with the representatives of participating companies and Peter Stavrianides, Ph.D. presented the traditional job search/interviewing tips seminar.

The Chambers’ honorary chairman, Andreas Comodromos, was present at the annual event which is organized by Despina Axiotakis, the Chamber’s Executive Director.

 

 

 

 

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