- Hiring Fairs
2022 Hiring Fair Dates
Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield January 28 February 24 March 25 April 22 May 20 June 26 July 22 August 26 September 23 October 28 November 18 December 16
Apply, Interview, and potentially have a job offer same day!
If you are looking for a great job with a purpose, join MWR Human Resources and Program Managers at the Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield during a Hiring Fair
- Fort Stewart - SFC Paul R. Smith Army Education Center, 100 Knowledge Drive, Fort Stewart (located outside of post).
- Hunter Army Airfield - Hunter Club. No access to Hunter Army Airfield, no problem! Use Gate 1 (Montgomery Gate) for special access to this event only.
Why joining the MWR team is a great idea!
- Start to government career, transferable
- Entry level opportunities
- MWR career can potentially travel with you
- Working on post grants access to use the fitness centers, bowling, golf, bingo, etc.
- Short commute to work
What to expect and what to bring!
Keep in mind, on the spot interviews and *job offers will be made that day.
Bring the following with you to the Hiring Event:
- Social security card
- Government issued ID
- High school diploma/GED certification/transcripts
- Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
8am-11am application and interviews
1pm-4pm completion of pre-employment paperwork/fingerprinting, health assessment.
Dress to impress!
For information on available positions please go to usajobs.gov.
*Minimum applicant age is 16 years old.
*Some positions may take longer than 24 to receive a job offer. Vacancy list is subject to change.
*Participation does not supersede individual responsibility for compliance with GO1 and CDC guidance.
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Start by becoming a registered volunteer through Army Community Service's (ACS) Go-Volunteer to find out where your talents can be best used.
- Employment Readiness
These resources will help you find employment with Family and MWR and the federal government both overseas and in the US.
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ACS Employment Readiness Program
The Employment Readiness Program (ERP) is a program that offers up-to-date resource information on available employment opportunities, market and job trends, education, and volunteer resources to help individuals make informed decisions when seeking employment. Services offered by the ERP include classes and seminars related to employment:
- Career exploration
- Resume writing
- Interviewing techniques
- Dressing for success
- Individual career assessment and counseling
Search for Employment Readiness in the search bar to find your local ACS program.
- Civilian Employment Assignment Tool (CEAT)