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Edmonton’s largest-ever Employer Connections event links job seekers with local employers
September 18, 2009
Edmonton… Edmontonians on the hunt for a new job are invited to stop by the city’s largest-ever Employer Connections event September 24 and meet face-to-face with a dozen local employers looking to fill more than 100 job vacancies.Job seekers should bring copies of their resumes and come dressed to impress, because some employers will be conducting interviews right on site.
EmployAbilities and Bredin Institute will also be in attendance. EmployAbilities specializes in helping Albertans with disabilities find work and helping employers hire people with disabilities. The Bredin Institute delivers the Government of Alberta’s Youth Connections program, which helps young Albertans plan their careers and find jobs.
Alberta Employment and Immigration holds ongoing Employer Connections events at its 59 offices located throughout the province to help connect employers and job seekers. A current list of upcoming Edmonton-area Employer Connections events is available at http://employment.alberta.ca/edmonton.
Employer Connections events are just one of the ways Alberta Employment and Immigration is helping employers meet their workforce needs and helping Albertans find rewarding careers.
The Employer Connections Job Fair runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Thursday, September 24, at the South Edmonton Canada-Alberta Service Centre located in Argyll Centre, 6325 Gateway Blvd.
For more information on the job fair, including a list of participating employers, visit: http://employment.alberta.ca/edmonton.
Media inquiries may be directed to:
Regional Communications Manager
Alberta Employment and Immigration
To call toll free within Alberta dial 310-0000.
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