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College, career, job fair to be April 4 at KBC

Posted: March 12, 2014 - 12:06pm

“Meet, Explore, Discover” is the theme of the Homer College, Career and Job Fair being hosted at Kachemak Bay Campus’s Pioneer Hall on Pioneer Avenue from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 4.

People of all ages are invited to attend and find something interesting at this bi-annual event. Looking for a career or job change? Want to improve your position in the workforce? Or maybe returning to the workforce after a break of some kind? This is the place to be.  

 Advisers from education and training programs around the state will be on hand to give degree and certification program information and a series of presentations on a variety of training programs (nursing, education, welding, biology, process technology) and career pathways. Local industry employers will be looking for motivated applicants to fill current and future year-round vacancies and summer openings. Job seekers should come with resume in hand, dressed for an interview.

High school students starting to think about college will be able to listen to industry representatives talk about their fields and what it takes to get there. Financial aid experts will be on hand to answer questions about how to fund these educational and training opportunities.

This event is co-sponsored by Kachemak Bay Campus, University of Alaska-Anchorage; the Homer Job Center; the Homer News; Project Grad Kenai Peninsula and Homer High School. 

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JacobAdams 12/29/15 - 01:19 am
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Great experience of job fair

It was really a great experience to attend the job fair conducted by Homer College in 2014. The whole community turned and joined the efforts to provide job and career opportunities by the management and contributed in a pleasing manner. But it's quite disappointing to see nothing of it's kind comes in the last year. There were small conducted events, but nothing as successful as the one happened in 2014. Being a professional from the resume writing service field, I can surely say that such fairs are opening doors to many skilled students to built their career path in a balanced platform. I hope to have in line such a job fair in 2016 and it will be welcomed greatly by the community once again, no doubt about that.

Regards,
Jacob Adams
Resume Writer at ResumePlus.us

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