Neskonlith Indian Band project co-ordinator June Manuel prepares for the Job and Career Fair to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 27 at the Salmon Arm Rec. Centre.

Connecting people to careers

Neskonlith job and career fair open to everyone

Be inspired to shape your future at a Secwepemc Job and Career Fair on Thursday April 27.

Sponsored by the Neskonlith Indian Band in collaboration with Community Futures, Okanagan College and consultant Brent Moffat, the fair is designed to connect those looking for work, those looking for career information and those seeking the right education path with potential local employers, says June Manuel, Neskonlith Band project co-ordinator.

Manuel is hoping to have business and educational representatives in attendance at the fair to enlighten youth and community members with what they have to offer.

This event is open to all.

Area businesses have been invited to provide attendees with what their business provides and to accept resumes for potential job positions. The Job and Career Fair takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Salmon Arm Rec Centre. A light lunch will be provided and participants are invited to enter for a chance to win great prizes.

For more information contact June Manuel at: neccoordinator@neskonlith.net or by calling 250-463-4937.

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