EPPING, NH – Seacoast United Sports Club is proud to announce that it will be hosting its first ever Career & Resource Fair. Future Goals: A Seacoast United Career Fair will be taking place on Wednesday, April 22nd at the Seacoast United Sports Complex in Epping, NH from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
Seacoast will be teaming up with the New Hampshire Employment Security, Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) and several other groups in an effort to promote the event across the Granite State. The purpose of the event is to bring everyone together in an effort to combat some of the socioeconomic challenges the state is currently dealing with ranging from low unemployment to an ageing population.
The Career Fair will be a free event open to both employers and prospective employees. In addition to securing businesses through the NH Job & Resource Fair, all Seacoast United Business Network members will be invited to the event. The event will be catering to a wide range of attendees including high schools’ students and professionals and will showcase legitimate career pathways for people across northern Massachusetts, New Hampshire and southern Maine.
“With New Hampshire maintaining a historically low unemployment rate, now is the opportunity if you have been looking for a new career or want to jump-start your career,” said Job & Resource Fair Coordinator Kate LaPierre. “There will be companies ranging from small local businesses to large corporations so there will be something for everyone.”
“New Hampshire has so much to offer and we hope this is another step towards keeping people here,” commented Sales and Marketing Director James Peterson. “We have dozens of business partners and thousands of families involved with our organization and felt the time was right to do something like this.” Peterson went on to say, “We are always trying to do more as an organization and to provide opportunities so this is certainly a step in the right direction.”
About the NHES
NH Employment Security (NHES) is a federally funded state agency that operates a free public Employment Service which benefits the job seeker, the employer, and the economy by helping people find work through work search programs, employment information and economic and labor market information; and by assisting employers with job openings, and economic and labor market information which benefits the employer in making informed decisions about their business, relative to the economy. Today NHES has 12 local offices located across the state to provide free services to job seekers and employers.
An Extended Learning Opportunity (ELO) is a credit-bearing learning experience that takes place outside the traditional classroom. The New Hampshire Extended Learning Opportunity Network (ELON) is a collaborative of ELO Coordinators, teachers and other educators. The network is interested in advancing the implementation of ELOs throughout the state. All are welcomde to attend the monthly meetings. For information, contact Donna Couture or Terrill Covey.