February 9, 2016
Continuing efforts to help meet the labor force needs of employers throughout the region, and to help Yolo County job-seekers find employment, the Yolo County Workforce Innovation Board and Health & Human Services Agency, in partnership with the City of Winters and Office of Congressman John Garamendi, are teaming up to sponsor a regional job fair on Wednesday, March 9, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., at the Winters High School, located at 101 Grant Avenue.
Representatives from more than 30 employers and labor apprenticeship programs throughout Sacramento, Yolo and Solano counties are scheduled to participate in the event. Goodwill Industries, Four Wheel Campers, California Conservation Corps, Visiting Angels, Walgreens and Gymboree are among those scheduled to be in attendance.
Job seekers are encouraged to bring resumes to present to potential employers. Job counselors will be on hand to help job seekers strengthen their resume, cover letters and interviewing skills.
This event is one of many services offered under the guidance of the Yolo County Workforce Innovation Board, a coalition of private industry, service, labor and government agencies cooperating to serve residents and businesses of Yolo County through economic development and workforce training.
For more information about the job fair or the Yolo County Workforce Innovation Board, visit: www.yoloworks.org or contact Steve Roberts, employment services specialist, email@example.com or (530) 661-2750 x4311 or (916) 375-6215.