Job Fair at LTCC today
More than 40 local employers will be on the Lake Tahoe Community College campus Thursday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Ninth annual Career and Job Fair.
The fair is for anyone who wants to learn more about employment and job opportunities in the Lake Tahoe area or are looking for a new or a first career, permanent or part-time work.
People who attend will have an opportunity to meet with employment representatives to discuss the nature of work, qualifications, advancement opportunities, job outlook and earnings. Many employers at the Job Fair will be recruiting for new employees.
Prospective employers will have displays set up in the College Commons. This year participants include Lake Tahoe Unified School District; Douglas County Sheriff’s Department; the State of Nevada; Incline Village General Improvement District; branches of the U.S. Armed Forces; local radio stations; Barton Memorial Hospital; city of South Lake Tahoe; plus major casinos, ski resorts and many more.
“We want to bring employers with job openings together with qualified individuals seeking employment,” said Sue Tarter, who is in charge of work force preparation at LTCC. “With so many employers present, we also hope to provide individuals with the opportunity to meet employers from various fields and learn about career opportunities in those fields.”
Pete Dixon, event co-organizer said, “Employers will be coming with brochures and applications, and many will be taking applications that day. People attending should come dressed for a job interview.”
For more information on the Career and Job Fair call Lake Tahoe Community College Student Services at (530) 541-4660, ext. 231.
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