Navy veteran and Charleston resident Brandon Hood, right, shakes hands with Michael Lakis, left, regional admissions representative for Airstreams Renewables Inc., Wednesday morning during the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair held at the South Carolina National Guard Armory in Beaufort. The goal of the national program, started in 2011 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is to assist military veterans and spouses by providing employment resources and opportunities.
Navy veteran and Charleston resident Brandon Hood, right, shakes hands with Michael Lakis, left, regional admissions representative for Airstreams Renewables Inc., Wednesday morning during the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair held at the South Carolina National Guard Armory in Beaufort. The goal of the national program, started in 2011 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is to assist military veterans and spouses by providing employment resources and opportunities. Staff photo
Navy veteran and Charleston resident Brandon Hood, right, shakes hands with Michael Lakis, left, regional admissions representative for Airstreams Renewables Inc., Wednesday morning during the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair held at the South Carolina National Guard Armory in Beaufort. The goal of the national program, started in 2011 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is to assist military veterans and spouses by providing employment resources and opportunities. Staff photo

Veterans, military spouses chase leads at Beaufort job fair

September 04, 2013 07:04 PM

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