Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-02-23 01:03:35 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — More than 50 employers from all over Nevada co-sponsored the Nevada Virtual Employment Information Session on March 25, Senator Catherine Cortez Mast, Senator Susie Lee, and Washoe County Join Alexis Hill, Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones.From 10 am to 2 pm
Job seekers can pre-register now nvcareercenter.org/jobfair2021.. Virtual job fairs are free. However, registration is required to participate.
This state-wide effort is partnered with Nevada’s Department of Employment and Training Rehabilitation (DETR) JobConnect, Workforce Connections’ One-Stop Career Centers, and Nevadaworks’ American Job Centers. Nevada’s Virtual Job Information Session utilizes a new virtual job information platform that enables more interaction between employers and job seekers.
“I am very pleased to be able to co-sponsor this job fair to help Nevada find high-paying jobs in high-demand industries. I am in the Senate, where Nevada is informed and trained. Senator Catherine Cortez Mast has worked on a series of laws to support Nevada to ensure that Nevada workers benefit from a strong recovery from the coronavirus outbreak. I will continue to do as much as I can.
“Unemployment is slowly improving, but too many Nevadans haven’t worked yet as the pandemic intensifies,” said Senator Suzy Lee. “The job market may seem bleak, but some companies are currently hiring, so such job fairs are very important as a resource connecting Nevada and employers. Nevada families We must play our part in getting back to work. We are proud to join Senator Cortez Mast and the Jones and Hill Commission to co-sponsor another virtual job fair. “
“Our social distance makes it difficult for job seekers to find the desired location in some part of our area,” said Washoe County Commissioner Alexis Hill. “What I like about this virtual job fair is an online one-stop shop that the local job seeker community is actively hiring on occasion to introduce them to the southern and northern Nevada industries. about it.”
Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones said, “This state-wide virtual job fair is a great opportunity to connect with the employers that community members are currently hiring. I’ve heard about how it affected. Employment. Anyone looking for a job is encouraged to join in and think creatively about how their skills will lead to a new career. . “
Employers represent the most needed industrial sectors in Nevada, including healthcare, manufacturing, logistics / warehousing, natural resources (solar and mining), retail, customer service / call centers. All participating employers are currently hiring recruitment positions.
Job seekers are encouraged to update their resume in a digital format (Word document or PDF) that can be easily emailed to employers attending virtual job fairs.