Over 400 job seekers are expected to meet with potential Orange County employers at the First Annual Orange County Regional Job Fair. Hosted by the Orange County Board of Supervisors and in partnership with the Orange County Workforce Development Board (OCDB), Anaheim Workforce Development Board, Santa Ana Workforce Development Board and Fullerton City Council, the OC Regional Job Fair will take place on Thursday, October 10 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. This event is free and will be open to the public.
More than 70 employers will be in attendance representing a wide range of industries, including business, environmental, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, tourism, retail, education, finance and banking, government, public safety, sales, telecommunications, and transportation. Employers will be accepting resumes, interviewing and possibly hiring future employees.
Free resume critique and professional coaching will be offered throughout the event, and a priority registration table will be available for veterans.
“The County is pleased to offer free resources to better prepare job seekers for face-to-face opportunities with hiring managers and company recruiters,” said Doug Chaffee, Fourth District Supervisor. “I encourage those interested to attend one of the preparation workshops hosted at our OC One-Stop Centers ahead of the Regional Job Fair.”
Scheduled dates and times for these workshops can be found on the OC One-Stop Centers’ website at https://www.oconestop.com/workshops.
For more information about the Orange County Regional Job Fair, please contact Mechelle Haines at (657) 230-5290 or visit https://www.oconestop.com/job-fairs.
This article was released by the County of Orange.