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FVCC Hosting Annual Flathead Valley Job Fair in April
Last year’s event attracted nearly 1,000 active job seekers
The Flathead Valley Job Fair will return April 16 from 12 to 4 p.m. to the Flathead Valley Community College campus. Registration is open for employers actively seeking applicants for current job openings.

Organized by the Flathead Job Service and Flathead Valley Community College, the event will provide employers the opportunity to connect with job seekers from the college and the community in a one-stop environment. Job seekers will be asked to bring their resumes, dress professionally and be prepared to be interviewed at the event. Last year’s event attracted nearly 1,000 active job seekers.

The event is open to the public, and there is no fee for employers or job seekers to participate. Employer registration is required to participate in the event. Employers are encouraged to register early as space at the event will be limited.

Employers interested in participating can register at www.fvcc.edu/fvjobfair by March 31 or by calling the Flathead Job Service at 758-6273.
 
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