Endako job fair and Ignite The North

Fraser Lake is coming together to offer residents some needed chances to find employment and employers

The Endako Job Fair will take place Jan. 16 and 17 at the Fraser Lake Arena from 10 am to 4 pm. Free admission. All are welcome. Candidates of all experience levels and industries are encouraged to attend. Companies will be looking to fill full-time, part-time and apprentice positions. The public is asked to come prepared with a completed resume.

Fraser Lake is also hosting a town hall meeting on innovation  Jan. 13 to join entrepreneurs and community members from all sectors. The idea is to help ignite youth and employers to connect and share innovative ideas. Feedback from the meeting will also help create practical recommendations on what council should be doing next in the community. It will take place upstairs of the arena free of cost from 3:30 – 5:30. Participants must sign up at www.IgnitetheNorth.com/fraserlake.

 

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