Ute Pass Cultural Center, April 9, 2013
The Pikes Peak Workforce Center and the School to Work Alliance program announce the annual Governor’s Summer Job Hunt Youth Job Fair in Woodland Park.
“Providing summer employment for our young adults will help them learn the required interpersonal skills needed to be successful as future members of the workforce,” says Teller County Commissioner Dave Paul. “I urge all employers in Teller County who are able to offer a position to a young person to please take advantage of the opportunity to do so at the Youth Job Fair.”
Youth in Teller County, 16 through 21, are invited to meet with employers hiring for summer positions at the Ute Pass Cultural Center on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, from 1 to 5 p.m. Youth must be at least 16 years old to participate.
Current employers planning to attend the Youth Job Fair include: The North Pole/Santa’s Workshop, Aramark, Legends and Legacy Youth Corps, Cripple Creek/Victor Gold Mine.
Youth should pre-register at www.ppwfc.org click on the yellow tab and then Youth Job Fairs.
Employers interested in booth space, should contact Bob Gemignani at 719.667.3829 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Megan DeSmidt at 719.491.6036 or email@example.com
Job fair attendees should dress appropriately; bring multiple copies of their résumés, and application information to help them fill out applications.”