With tomorrow’s forecast calling for inclement weather, including rain and possible hail, Niagara's WorkSourceOne has made decision to reschedule the career fair for next Wednesday, June 8.
This event is now slated to run from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Oppenheim Park, 2713 Niagara Falls Blvd.
For those seeking employment, more than 50 companies with open positions have signed up to take part.
“Our career fairs have a tremendous track record in matching up job seekers with employers, and the current demand of employers looking to hire has never been higher,” said Niagara County Legislator Jesse Gooch, chairman of the community service committee and a small business owner whose company has previously participated in the event. “Whether you are currently unemployed or looking for a change, the right opportunity may be waiting for you at the career fair.”
Businesses will be located along the entrance driveway to display information on their company and meet with job seekers. No appointment is necessary.
Director of Employment and Training Donald Jablonski said, “We were overwhelmed last year with employers in desperate need of employees and, a year later, that demand has only increased. Anyone looking for a job, regardless of skill and educational level, should attend this event. There is a broad spectrum of jobs available, and our WorkSourceOne team will be present to provide job seekers with servicers like resume writing and interview prep as they conduct their job search.”
To learn more about the career fair, including a full list of participating businesses, visit www.worksource1.com and choose career fair under the job seeker tab.