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Yates County Job Fair set for May 17 ADVERTISEMENT

Yates County Job Fair set for May 17

PENN YAN--If you are seeking employment for a full or part time job, a new county job fair is the place to look. The Yates County Job Fair will take place Wednesday, May 17 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Hampton Inn under the tent on Keuka Lake. This event provides an opportunity for job seekers to meet employers. The event is free to the public. Over 30 employers from different sectors will be recruiting for full-time, part-time and seasonal positions with over 200 jobs available for hire.
The occupational categories offering employment at the job fair include health care, manufacturing, hospitality, restaurants, human services, fitness, retail office-clerical and more. To access a list of jobs visit www.yatescounty.org/workforce_development and come to the Yates Job Fair ready to apply and set up an interview.
There will also be two opportunities for job seekers to attend the "Make the Most of Your Job Fair Experience" workshop which will be offered at Yates County Workforce Development, 417 Liberty St., Penn Yan, Thursday, May 11 at 3 p.m. and Monday, May 15 at 1 p.m.This workshop is open and free to the public and will prepare job seekers for the job fair Wednesday, May 17. Job seekers are encouraged to bring their resumes for review. For more information and to register call Workforce Development at 315-536-5140.
This job fair is presented by the "You're Welcome" Job and Life Skill Training program offered by Yates Community Center in partnership with Yates Workforce Development and Finger Lakes Works. The program also provides training and certifications in customer service, team building, Manager's Leadership Academy, Wine Service Class and TIPS training. Pam Worth, executive director of Yates Community Center, stated, "the classes are reasonably priced and scholarships are available." She also said, "the trainings are great for enhancing resumes." For more, call 315-694-1071.




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