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Job fair Saturday in Carson


At Carson Community Center

Carson Mayor Lula Davis Holmes, in partnership with the South Bay Workforce  Investment Board (SBWIB) and The Carson Citizens Cultural Arts Foundation, will present a Construction Apprenticeship and Career Job Fair Saturday, July 15, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Carson Community Center, 801 Carson St., in Carson.

Job seekers will gain access to paid apprenticeships and employment opportunities in the  construction industry. Attendees should be ready with resumes in hand for on-the-spot-live  interviews.

Call the Carson One-Stop at (310) 680-3870 to register for this event. Job developers with the  One-Stop Center will assist employers in preparing for interviews with potential employees.

This event anticipates the development of a 157-acre property that once was a landfill, creating  thousands of jobs in the construction, retail, and management industry.

“As Carson seeks to create job opportunities for the future,” Davis-Holmes said, “now is the time to prepare residents to assume these jobs, for if you don’t build your future,  someone else will hire you to build theirs.”

“This event will not only expose job seekers to the various careers in construction but will also  enable industry vendors to collaborate with fellow trade partners throughout the region,” noted  SBWIB Executive Director Jan Vogel.

The SBWIB provides no-cost services to job seekers and businesses through its four One-Stop  Business and Career Centers that serve 11 South Bay cities. For further information go  to