The Lamoille Valley Young Professionals (LVYP), a sub-group of the Lamoille Chamber of Commerce, are hosting an exciting new style of job fair on January 24, 2019.

The LVYP is “dedicated to actively contribute to the revitalization of the Lamoille region’s economy and society based on the founding principle that people are at the heart of what makes businesses and communities thrive.” To that end, the group has created a new event, the ‘Comfort Food and Careers’ Job Fair.

The job fair will be based upon speed-interviewing, similar to speed-dating, allows each job-seeker to interview for 5 minutes with each respective employer at our event, followed by networking and food, catered by Black Diamond BBQ.

“This event is much more than a job fair. We wanted to create something that would encourage a diverse group of people to meet and stimulate conversations.” Grant Wieler, one of the founding members, identifies that building connections, relationships and learning about new opportunities in the community is the true end-goal of the event. “...and if we can have some fun and make some new friends while we are at it, then it’s been a great success.”

This event is free for all job seekers, 18 or older, from all over Vermont! For employers looking to hire, there is a fee of $30 for Chamber members, and $60 for non-Chamber members.

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