Are you looking for a new job or career training in Boise, Idaho? If so, you're in luck! The Idaho Job and Career Fair is coming to town on Wednesday, March 22nd from 1 to 4 p.m. This event is the perfect opportunity to explore career options, network with professionals, and find work and internship opportunities. Employers from several industries will be present, including the Ada County Sheriff's Office, Anderson Merchandisers, Boise State University, the City of Boise, Guerdon, Idaho Power, Norco, the Transportation Security Administration, the Treasure Valley YMCA, and many more. Open positions range from bus drivers and maintenance technicians to administrative assistants and engineers.
To make the most of this job fair, it's important to come prepared. Bring your resume and be ready to discuss employer-related job opportunities, skills and qualifications. Have all the information you need to fill out job applications on hand. If you need help writing resumes or completing applications, check out the Maximize Your Job Search guide on the employment website.
Additionally, attending an employment fair event counts as one job search activity valid per week for unemployment insurance purposes. The Idaho Department of Labor's employment services programs are 100% funded by the USDOL as part of the Wagner-Peyser Act grants. These programs connect job seekers with Idaho employers, provide employment services to Idaho businesses, and support people during professional and vital transitions. At the Idaho Job and Career Fair, companies will be hiring for positions in customer service, social work, construction, restaurants and environmental services, healthcare, manufacturing, administration, bus driving, engineering, finance, hospitality, shipping and receiving, general work, retail, correctional system, roofing and cladding care cleaning services and technical services.
The Idaho AGC is also actively collaborating with the Idaho Workforce Development Council, the Idaho Trade and Industry Association, the Idaho Education Companies and the United States Chamber of Commerce to reshape Idaho's talent portfolio. From offering a booth and giveaways at career fairs in local high schools to staffing “Reality Town” events in middle schools and everything in between - they are dedicated to reaching today's youth and those who influence them. The Idaho Capital Sun is Gem State's newest nonprofit news organization that provides responsible journalism on state policy, health care, tax policy, the environment and more. They also have a comprehensive resource center for students, parents educators and others to find everything they need to know about a career in construction - including salaries available training opportunities scholarships and more.
Plus they have an exclusive job board specific to Idaho construction with information on companies looking to hire in Idaho today. Finally don't forget about JCPenney Suit Event - where Boise State students can buy professional clothing at an additional discount! Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity! Attend the free Idaho Job and Career Fair starting at 10 a.m. Unlock your career potential today!.