Business Expo brings career opportunities to OC

Business Expo and Employment Fair at Okanagan College goes on Wednesday, Feb. 6.

Okanagan College’s School of Business and its Student, Graduate and Co-op Employment Centre will present the 6th annual Business Expo and Employment Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 6.

The event will feature 60 businesses from the Okanagan Valley and beyond, with many hoping to hire people for job openings, being held at the Kelowna campus of Okanagan College in the Atrium of the Centre of Learning Building, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

It gives students and community members the opportunity to speak and network with employers regarding career opportunities.

“We have got three national banks recruiting at this event as well as a number of multinational organizations and we want to let people know there are opportunities for people across the region,” said organizer Jamie Morrow.

Among the participating employers will be Target, Kiewit, Capri Insurance, The City of Kelowna, Tolko Industries Ltd, Valley First and Urban Systems Ltd.

To learn more, see www.okanagan.bc.ca/business.

 

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