Hundreds of qualified job applicants turned out for the 23rd Annual Employment & Career EXPO, held Oct. 19th at Springfield Country Club.
Presented by Delaware County Transportation Management Association and Delaware County Council, the event is open to all candidates looking for employment in a wide array of industries – health care, senior care, staffing agencies, financial institutions, education, hospitality, non-profit, transportation, and so much more.
New this year, the SEPTA Key Truck was on hand. Attendees had the opportunity to purchase, and reload their cards, as well as look forward to an easier commute to their new jobs.
EXPO partners also include Pennsylvania CareerLink, the Delaware County Commerce Center, and the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.
Thank you to the 2017 sponsors: Crozer-Keystone Health System, Delaware County Community College, Goodwill Delaware & Delaware County, Penn State Brandywine, and SEPTA.
2017 Annual Legislative and Membership Breakfast
Media, PA – The Delaware County Transportation Management Association hosted its Annual Legislative Breakfast & Board Meeting Friday, Oct. 6th at Springfield Country Club.
In front of a full house, the legislators addressed transportation issues facing Delaware County, as well as across the state, and encouraged DCTMA members and other attendees to bring their concerns and ideas to the forefront. Topics discussed were airport expansion, rail improvements, and PennDOT’s ongoing work on I-95.
The panel of speakers included:
Congressman Pat Meehan
State Representative Jamie Santora
State Representative Alex Charlton
Councilman John McBlain
State Senator Tom McGarrigle was also on hand, as well as Lara Flynn, a regional representative for U.S. Senator Robert P. Casey Jr.
Following the panel discussion, the DCTMA debuted the latest “Commute I-95” video production to the Board of Directors during their regular meeting.