Job Hunt at Hawaiʻi County Virtual Job Fair
The American Job Center Hawaiʻi (AJCH) will be hosting a free virtual Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Employers participating in the job fair represent a wide range of industries and are offering full-time, part-time and telework positions. This free, online event is open to the public and provides an excellent opportunity for job seekers to meet with employers from home.
Additionally, interested parties may meet directly with hiring representatives from their computer or smartphone, and employers will have the ability to schedule interviews and/or make job offers on the spot.
“We are focused on a sustainable Hawaiʻi Island where our keiki can raise their keiki, and one of the ways that we can do that is by making sure that people have jobs that allow them to thrive and not just survive,” said Mayor Mitch Roth. “Thanks to the American Job Center Hawaiʻi, we are going to be able to ensure that folks out there who are looking for work will have the opportunity to find it. It’s time we get our people back to work so that we can build back better from the pandemic – together.”
Online job readiness workshops were offered on Nov. 1-2 to help job seekers get the most out of the virtual job fair.
To participate, job seekers should pre-register at https://tinyurl.com/yxzcbxt7, come prepared with resumes and dress professionally.