West Valley Regional Job Fair
Ontario, CA – Nearly 100 employers will be looking to match up with qualified job seekers when the 2018 West Valley Regional Job Fair comes to the Ontario Convention Center on Sept. 26.
The West Valley event is one of three regional job fairs sponsored each year by the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board to help further advance one of the most robust local economies in the United States. Last year, more than 230 businesses and more than 2,200 job seekers participated in the three fairs.
“This is an ideal environment for businesses looking to expand,” said Tony Myrell, Chairman of the WDB. “The opportunities for businesses and employees in San Bernardino County is unprecedented. We’ve got a workforce that skews younger and is better educated and better trained than ever before.”
The West Valley Regional Job Fair will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Convention Center, 2000 E. Convention Way in Ontario. Employers are asked to RSVP no later than Sept. 24 to 1-800-451-JOBS.
Job seekers should pre-register at https://2018wvjobfair.eventbrite.com. They are encouraged to dress for an interview and bring plenty of resumes. Employers interested in attending should register at https://conta.cc/2niUYkd.
About the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board
The San Bernardino County Workforce Development Board (WDB) is comprised of private business representatives and public partners appointed by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors. The WDB strives to strengthen the skills of the county’s workforce through partnerships with business, education and community-based organizations. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is committed to providing county resources, which generate jobs and investment in line with the Countywide Vision.
The Workforce Development Board, through the San Bernardino County Economic Development Agency and Workforce Development Department, operates the San Bernardino County’s three America’s Job Centers of California (AJCC). The AJCCs provide individuals with job training, placement and the tools to strengthen their skills to achieve a higher quality of life. The AJCCs also support and provide services to the county’s businesses, including employee recruitment and business retention programs.
Employers and job seekers who are interested in the Workforce Development Board programs may call: (800) 451-JOBS or visit www.sbcounty.gov/workforce.