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Friday July 31st, 2015 7:28PM

Youth Employment Job Fair in Chicopee Sat.

By Staff
Whether you're looking to land a summer job or to kick-start your career, Goodwill of North Georgia is partnering with Hall County Schools to host a youth employment job fair and career expo Saturday at Lanier Charter Career Academy on Atlanta Highway in Chicopee.

The event is free of charge and open to all Hall County students.

Organizers expect dozens of local employers to be on hand to meet with prospective employees.

Many, they say, have job openings now, so "bring several copies of your résumé and dress to impress."

Other services will also be offered, including résumé building assistance, computer skills assessment and information on Goodwill's summer forklift training opportunities. Students will also have the chance to network with local professionals and connect with employers for future opportunities.

Applicants must be 16 years of age or older.
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