Seacoast United Sports Club is proud to announce that it will be teaming up once again with New Hampshire Employment Security (NHES) and will be hosting its third
The purpose of the event is to bring Seacoast United’s extensive network of families, businesses and community partners together in an effort to combat the number of challenges the region is currently dealing with whether it be due to the pandemic, high unemployment or aging population. The two previous events this year, January and April, saw a combined total of over 1,000 participants and the one in September is shaping up to be just as big. 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 attend the event. The Virtual Career Fair will cater to a wide range of attendees ranging from prospective graduates to professionals and will showcase legitimate career opportunities for people across Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.
“With summer coming to a close and fall fast approaching now is a great time to check out the opportunities all around us,” said Job & Resource Fair Coordinator Kate LaPierre. “Opportunities from well-known large established companies, mom and pop shops and everything in-between.”
“It’s great that we are able to team up once again with NHES and put on this amazing event.” Commented Sales and Marketing Director James Peterson. “Even though this was a great summer for our region, a lot of businesses are still actively looking to bring on more talented professionals and we want to support them as best we can with our extensive network of families, businesses and communities.”
Registration for the event is now live. If you are interested in participating, either as an employer or an employee, please CLICK HERE, or email James Peterson at .
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. They are currently open to assist with job seeker services Monday – Friday from 12pm to 4pm. Keep up to date on job fairs, services, and hours of operation here: https://www.nhes.nh.gov/