UCSD's Annual Diversity Expo 2014

Nativehire recently attended the UCSD’s Annual Diversity Expo.  The expo was held on August 12th in the Price Center Ballroom.  This year’s theme was “Mission Impossible” and the event showcased small and disadvantaged business exhibitors and environmentally friendly products and services.

Nativehire’s goal was to meet more employers and tell them about our services and how they can help us reduce unemployment on the reservations.  We met many interested parties and already have USCD signed up and posting jobs on our website.

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