News release: Job fair with perks to be held April 28 in Champlin

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Contact: Ron White, Community Works, 612-348-0766
Julie Caniglia, Communications, 612-348-6883

News release

Job fair with perks to be held April 28 in Champlin

Need to update that sub-par selfie on your LinkedIn profile? Would you like candid feedback on your resume from someone other than your sister-in-law? Or how about assistance in putting together your very first resume? 

Those perks and other extras — listed below  are all part of the spring job fair sponsored by the Hennepin/Carver County Workforce Investment Board. “A job search is more than just filling out applications,” says Ron White, director of the Hennepin-Carver Workforce Services Area. “We’ve organized this event with complementary services to help people widen their search and find the job that’s right for them.”

Job seekers will be able to match their skills and experience with opportunities from more than 60 employers who are looking to fill positions in construction, health care, manufacturing, finance, retail, transportation and more. 

Tuesday April 28, 11 am to 3 pm
Registration/check-in begins at 10:30 am 


Willy McCoys Event Center (former American Legion)
12450 Business Park Boulevard North (Highway 169 & E. Hayden Lake Rd.) 
Champlin, MN 55316 

Additional Information

  • Job seekers should bring 10 copies of their resume
  • Employers will be interviewing on site for temp-to-permanent, permanent and seasonal positions
  • Free head shots for LinkedIn profiles
  • Consultations with job counselors from Hennepin & Anoka County 
  • Professional resume review and assistance 
  • Other career and educational resources 
  • Free transportation from the Anoka County WorkForce Center, courtesy of Voigt’s Bus: Boarding at 10:45 am for 11 am departure; boarding at the job fair at 12:45 pm for 1 pm return to the WorkForce Center

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