Blue Ridge Community College holds health science job fair November 18

Press release from Mountain Area Workforce Development Board 

Mountain Area Workforce Development in partnership with the Health Sciences Department of Blue Ridge Community College, will be holding a job fair for healthcare employers with locations in Henderson County that are offering direct-hire employment opportunities.

This job fair will be held on November 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Health Sciences Center Building, 3rd floor, 805 6th Avenue West, Hendersonville, NC 28739. The job fair is open to all job seekers. Employers have openings for registered nurses, physician assistants, nurse aids, medication aids, surgical techs and medical assistants, EMT/paramedics and other healthcare positions.

Approximately 80 Blue Ridge Community College students will be on site during this time along with job seekers from the surrounding area.

Participating employers include: Premier Home Health Care, Advent Health, choice Health Management Services, FastMed Urgent Care, MAHEC, Acts Home Health, Mountain Home Health, Pardee UNC Healthcare, Davita Dialysis, Carolina Village, Always Best Care Senior Services and Range Urgent Care.

Interested healthcare employers and job seekers should contact Jason Chappell, NC Works Career Center Manager, at or 828-694-1755 or 828-883-2550.

About Mountain Area Workforce Development Board 

Mountain Area Workforce Development Board is a partnership of private business executives and the leading workforce development organizations in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison and Transylvania Counties The purpose of the Mountain Area Workforce Development Board is to provide policy, planning, oversight and funding for local workforce development programs and address workforce issues as they emerge in the region. To learn more about the region’s Career Pathways efforts, please visit For additional information about Mountain Area Workforce Development Board, please visit

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