Job fair in Pitt Meadows

First one in B.C. is set for Jan. 22 at Pitt Meadows Arena

  • Jan. 10, 2013 8:00 a.m.

staff reporter

 

If you’re looking to reinvent yourself and find a new way to earn money, or you’re just starting in the work world, stop by the Pitt Meadows Arena on Bonson Road, Tuesday, Jan. 22.

That’s the time and location of the first B.C. Job Fair, one of 22 that will take place this spring around B.C.

According to a release, from all sectors will be encouraged to participate.

In addition to employers, post-secondary educational institutions, industry associations, training authorities and health authorities are expected to be at the fair.

The fair is part of the B.C. Jobs Plan and will have the Skills4BC Mobile Exhibit is a hands-on, interactive experience that connects British Columbians with career information, employment services, job banks and local job events through the BC Jobs Plan and WorkBC websites.

• The fair goes from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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