Twilight Job Fair today 3-7 p.m. in Fletcher

Press release from Mountain Area Workforce Development Board

The Twilight Job Fair will be tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31, 2024 from 3-7 p.m. at 761 Boylston Highway (NC 280), Fletcher, NC 28732 across from the Asheville Regional Airport.  This hiring event will continue until 7:00 pm to allow more job seekers to attend.

Job opportunities will be available in Healthcare, Manufacturing, Construction, Government, Tourism/Hospitality, Education, Staffing, IT/Tech, Sales and Transit.

Almost 40 employers will be participating including Pratt & Whitney, A-American Electric, Advent Health, Anderson Automotive, Biltmore Farms, Black Mountain Neuro-Medical Treatment Center, Buncombe County Government, City of Hendersonville, EmergeOrtho, FedEx, Gentry Service Group, Givens Communities, Home Trust Bank, Linamar Light Metals,  System Logistics, Omni Grove Park Inn and many more.

The general public is invited, and everyone is welcome. For more information, please visit

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

Mountain Area Workforce Development Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider. The Veterans Job and Resource Fair is funded by Title I WIOA federal funds as part of an award from the Employment and Training Administration, US Department of Labor totaling $166,667. The total cost for this job fair is less than $5,000 with 0% financed from non-governmental sources.

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