Local Businesses Invited to Regional Career and Training Fair!

Local Businesses Invited to Regional Career and Training Fair!
Encouraging youth to work and live in Grey County is critical to local economic development. Maintaining a solid, energetic workforce is a key to continuing to develop a strong, viable economic future for all communities.
On Wednesday, October 28, 2015, Grey County, The Town of Hanover, Four County Labour Market Planning Board, École John Diefenbaker Senior School and the Bluewater School Board are hosting a Regional Career and Training Fair for youth from across Grey and Bruce counties.

The fair runs from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM in the gymnasium of the École John Diefenbaker Senior School in Hanover, ON.

Local employers and businesses are invited to set up a booth at the fair to promote the unique employment and career opportunities available right here. Even if a business isn’t hiring now, the fair offers a great opportunity to showcase all of the growing industry within this region.

The event is free to attend for all employers. When possible, we strongly encourage businesses to send staff that are graduates of a secondary school within Grey or Bruce Counties as a way of encouraging youth to return after post-secondary studies. Registration is required by Friday, September 18, 2015.

The public is invited to attend the event and visit the career fair between 3:30 PM and 7:00 PM and job seekers are encouraged to bring several copies of their résumés.

Let’s work together and show our kids that Grey County is worth coming home to!

For more information, or to sign up, please visit InvestInGrey.ca, or contact:

Meredith Bowers
Economic Development Officer
Phone: 519-376-3365 ext. 6120
Meredith.Bowers@grey.ca

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Cheryl J. Fultz
Very inspiring article! It's good for the youth to work. Thanks for sharing!
11/3/2015 5:18:20 AM
 
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