COTA Participating in Ohio Business and Career Expo on May 17 at Ohio Expo Center
Job Seekers Invited to Explore Career Opportunities
COLUMBUS, OH—The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) is participating in the Ohio Business and
Career Expo being held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed., May 17 at the Ohio Expo Center’s Cardinal Hall, 717 E.
17th Ave., Columbus. Job seekers are invited to explore career opportunities available from more than 50
government agencies, universities, construction firms and apprenticeship programs at the expo.
This free networking and learning opportunity is geared toward job seekers who are minorities, women, or
otherwise socially and economically disadvantaged. The purpose of the expo includes supporting the equal
employment opportunity efforts of the State of Ohio and its partners.
Employers recruiting will include State of Ohio agencies, COTA, The Ohio State University, Columbus State
Community College, and Columbus Regional Airport Authority, as well as construction firms working on state
or state-assisted projects and construction apprenticeship programs.
In addition to one-on-one networking opportunities, the expo will offer workshops on resume writing, online job
searching techniques, application processes and interviewing techniques. A computer lab will be available for
job seekers to start creating a profile on the State of Ohio job posting site, careers.ohio.gov.
Admission is free. Parking is $5.
The expo is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, Columbus Regional Airport
Authority and Ohio Department of Transportation.
To learn more, visit das.ohio.gov/ohiobizcareerexpo or contact the Equal Opportunity Division of the Ohio
Department of Administrative Services at 614-466-8380.