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New Castle School of Trades to host area’s largest Career Fair

2024 Career Fair Press Release

[NEW CASTLE, PA, March 21st, 2024] New Castle School of Trades (NCST), the region’s oldest and most established trade and technical school, will host one of the largest Career Fairs in the Tri-State area on Thursday, March 28th from 10am-3pm.  More than 100 local and national employers are expected to attend.

For more than 75 years, the New Castle School of Trades has been training men and women for exciting, high-demand careers in a variety of skilled trades. And now, for the 8th consecutive year, we are bringing together the area’s leading employers and connecting them to both current and future job seekers,” said Rex Spaulding, President.

“What makes our Career Fair unique is that we are bringing together the area’s leading employers who are all hiring for positions in the skilled trades”, said Dennis Corrado, School Director.  “We have great companies who are looking for welders, truck drivers, electricians, heavy equipment operators, automotive technicians, HVAC service techs, machinists, construction, manufacturing, production and more.  If you’re looking for a career in the trades, this is the place to be,he added.

The New Castle School of Trades Annual Career Fair is free and open to the public. The event will be held at the main campus at 4117 Pulaski Road, New Castle, PA 16101. More than 500 job seekers, students, their families, and local, regional, and national employers will be attending the event.

To learn more about the companies and organizations who are participating this year’s Career Fair, and for complete event details, visit: https://www.ncstrades.edu/event-calendar/

About New Castle School of Trades

Since their founding in 1945, New Castle School of Trades (NCST) has become one of the premier trade schools in the Pennsylvania and Ohio area. Over the last 75 years, NCST has evolved from educating students into competent trades men and women to training students to become more sophisticated and innovative craftsmen and women who will be tomorrow’s highly skilled technicians. Learn more at https://www.ncstrades.edu/

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