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Hamilton Heights to Host Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Job Fair

Do you have a student who is looking towards a career, summer apprenticeship, or internship in the local construction trade industry? Are they a junior or senior in high school? If so, you will want to attend the first annual Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Job Fair for area students enrolled in CTE programs and their parents next month!

This complimentary networking, information sharing, and recruiting event will take place at Hamilton Heights High School, Arcadia, Ind., on Wed., Feb. 16, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.
This event gives students (and their parents), employers, and not-for-profit adult education support organizations a chance to meet, establish professional relationships, and discuss potential job and/or internship and apprenticeship opportunities while developing relationships that can open doors to potential employment upon graduation this spring.

Nearly 50 companies have registered to participate at this time. These companies have apprenticeship and internship opportunities and are looking to hire young, local talent. These employers know that schools with strong CTE programs are teaching the necessary employability skills, technical knowledge, and training students need to make valuable contributions and thrive in the workforce right away. In addition, there will be not-for-profit adult education specialists on hand to share their programs and services that support post-graduate career aspirations.

For questions or more information contact event organizer, Eric Fisher at efisher@hhschuskies.org.