BLACK PRESS FILE PHOTO The Black Press Extreme Career Education Fair will be at the Port Hardy Civic Centre on April 4, 2018.

Black Press Career Fair coming to Port Hardy

“Black Press is hosting this career fair to help our North Island communities and get locals hired”

Get your cover letter and resume ready, because Black Press Community News Media will be hosting an Extreme Education & Career Fair in Port Hardy!

“Black Press is hosting this career fair to help our North Island communities and get locals hired,” said Black Press Representative Lisa Harrison. “This is a chance to walk in and find the right employer and help exhibitors to find the right employee.”

Harrison feels the career fair is a real opportunity for “the locals in our communities to find careers, jobs, and receive education tools that will help make their quality of life better.”

The Black Press Extreme Career & Education Fair is coming to Port Hardy on Wednesday, April 4,2018 at the Port Hardy Civic Centre from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will have a wonderful variety of local exhibitors from all over BC. This is exciting for the North Island and is a chance for everyone on the North Island to come check out what is being offered.

If you are looking for a new job, new career, would like to go back to school, college or university this is the place to come.

We have it all!

We have Marine Harvest, BC Corrections, WFP, Vancouver Island University, NIEFS, Connections and so many more wonderful exhibitors.Organizers are expecting kids from Grade 6 to Grade 12, unemployed and new career searchers.

This event will help our North Island communities, businesses and educate our children for their future.

– Gazette staff

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