Virtual Career Fair — Opening Doors of Opportunity


Invitation to Community and Business Leaders

The Clayton State University (CSU) Department of Continuing and Professional Education (CaPE) and the Henry County Chamber of Commerce cordially invite you to partner with us in our upcoming Virtual Career Fair. The event will take place on Friday, May 22, Online. The Career Fair will be held via Zoom video conferencing from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Our goal for the Career Fair is to provide CaPE students and job seekers an opportunity to foster their career awareness and ultimately secure employment. We hope to collaborate with you and through our combined efforts, open doors of opportunities for internships, externships, part-time employment, seasonal employment, and full-time employment. More details.

Support the Virtual Career Fair

Sponsorship packages are available at the platinum, gold and silver level. 

A Wide Variety of Career Options will be offered

The Career Fair will bring together students with interest in various disciplines and specialties, including Project Management; SHRM; Healthcare (including, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Tech, and Patient Care); Film and Digital Media Production; Event and Meeting Planning, Retail, Hospitality, Warehouse, and more. I encourage you to visit the CSU web site for more information about their courses and certificate programs.

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Minuteman Press is hosting the Bounce Back USA initiative. The program offers two free services to help support its neighboring businesses as we find a way to work together through these trying times. Learn more.


This site serves as a resource for individuals, businesses, and organizations in Henry County, GA. during the 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  

Tips for Supporting Henry County Business


Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line - 866-399--8938

The Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line provides 24/7 free and confidential assistance to callers needing emotional support or resource information as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Emotional Support Line is staffed by volunteers, including mental health professionals and others who have received training in crisis counseling.

You Can Help Local Businesses

Here are some ways to continue supporting local business during this unprecedented time: 

  • Give the Gift of Business: Buy a gift card to use later, shop locally online when possible, or order take out from local restaurants.
  • Keep Your Subscription: Continue your gym, exercise class, painting class, music and dance lessons, etc.  Many small businesses rely on your support to keep their doors open and pay their bills. Your continued support can save that business!
  • Buy Now, Pick Up Later: If you were planning to make a purchase, call the business to see if you can still make the purchase but pick it up later. 
  • Ask How You Can Help: Contact your friends who own a business and see how you can help. 
  • If You Do Feel Well and Go Out: Consider a generous tip for services that you use. Be kind and offer a smile. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. 

The Henry County Chamber of Commerce seeks to provide access to recommendations, regulations, services and expertise to its members.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, this mission remains constant.  Prior to acting, members should consult their own professional advisors for information and counsel specific to the individual and unique situations faced by organizations, individuals and corporations.  The opinions, interpretations and recommendations of the Henry County Chamber are informational only and should not be relied upon by the recipient as legal or professional advice.  The Henry County Chamber makes no representations as to the accuracy or reliability of the content contained herein.  Users of this information accept any and all risks associated with the use of such information and agree that the Henry  Chamber has no liability to user.


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