Nashville Career Advancement Center hosts virtual job fair April 13-17

Job seekers can participate in the virtual job fair April 13-17. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Job seekers can participate in the virtual job fair April 13-17. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Job seekers can participate in the virtual job fair April 13-17. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

More than 112,000 Tennessee residents filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending April 4, bringing the statewide total to nearly a quarter-million claims in the last three weeks, according to data released April 9 by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

In an effort to help residents in the Middle Tennessee area find employment opportunities, the Nashville Career Advancement Center will host a virtual job fair April 13-17.


The city-operated career center is partnering with more than 25 local employers for the event, including hospitals, grocery stores, delivery companies, local government agencies and more. Those seeking employment opportunities can visit the Nashville Career Advancement Center’s website to find relevant hiring information for each company.

More than one-third of the residents who filed unemployment claims last week live in the northern part of Middle Tennessee, which includes Davidson County, Williamson County and surrounding counties, according to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

The following companies are participating in the event:

  • Vanderbilt

  • Coca-Cola Bottling

  • FedEx

  • Publix

  • Metro Police

  • Election Commission

  • Alive Hospice

  • Staffmark

  • Zycron

  • Messer Construction

  • Asurion

  • Brookdale Senior Living

  • Hospice Compassus

  • Senior Helpers

  • Acceptance Insurance

  • Alana Healthcare

  • Healthstream

  • Hensel Phelps

  • United Healthcare Group

  • Ajilon

  • Tractor Supply

  • DHL

  • Aldi

  • UPS

  • Nashville Airport Authority

  • HCA

  • State of Tennessee