More than 300 sophomores, juniors and seniors from six Ventura Unified School District high schools will have the opportunity to attend the City of Ventura’s second EXPO to learn about potential area careers, trades, jobs, internships, educational institutions and volunteer opportunities on Friday, November 14, 9 am-1 pm, at Ventura City Hall, 501 Poli Street.
High school students will get the inside scoop on HOW to dress for an interview, interview techniques, WHAT to include on their resumes, WHERE there are local jobs and community service spots and WHICH career paths will be in hot demand with interactive displays about manufacturing and 3-D printing. Students can sign up today at www.cityofventura.net/expo and speak to their school counselors to reserve a seat on the bus.
There are still openings for representatives from local companies, schools and organizations in all industry sectors: if you can participate, please download and complete a save-and-send form at www.cityofventura.net/expo or call 805.652-4555.
Participating companies come from a variety of industry sector pathways: Health Science & Medical Technology, Public Services, Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation, Government, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Energy, Environment & Utilities, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Finance, Business, and Information Technology, Building Trades & Construction, Manufacturing & Product Development, Engineering, Design, &Transportation, Arts, Media, & Entertainment, Marketing & Sales, Fashion and Non- Profits.
This event is a joint project of the City of Ventura Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Partnerships and the Ventura Unified School District with the Ventura Chamber of Commerce, Ventura County Office of Education, Ventura College and Lions International.
For more information contact: City of Ventura Youth Programs Supervisor Mario Robinson at 805/654-7807 or [email protected] or City of Ventura Volunteer Coordinator Rosie Ornelas at 805/652-4555 or [email protected].