By Mac Christie News Editor Friday, December 29, 2023 Flamborough Connects delivers more joy than
Get into the job market with Flamborough Connects
The snow is behind us and spring and summer activities are starting to heat up — especially for those needing help!
The virtual Flamborough Connects Annual Youth Job Fair is scheduled for May 14 at 10 a.m. There are still several spots for Greater Hamilton Area businesses. Confirmed businesses include Stacked Pancake House and Waterdown Collision, with several more in process.
Businesses will be allocated a 15-minute time slot to meet with youth, give them an overview of available jobs, how to apply and respond to followup questions. There is no set up and tear down or time-consuming preparation. Employers can just pop onto the Zoom call during their allotted time. To register, call the office at 905-689-7880 or email email@example.com for more information.
Youth looking for summer opportunities, can register at firstname.lastname@example.org and Flamborough Connects will followup with the link. This is a fun, pressure-free event for those looking for their first job and those with a little more experience. The event includes door prizes for attendees and Flamborough Connects will provide ongoing support and resources following the event.
Speaking of jobs, Flamborough Connects is looking for two key team members:
We are very sad — but delighted — that Katie Burnett, our information, communications and events co-ordinator, has accepted a full-time position with St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Guelph as a communications officer.
Katie demonstrated keen initiative and a compassionate and upbeat manner throughout her time with FC. We wish Katie much success in the next phase of a fantastic career.
Candidates interested in applying for the information, communication and events co-ordinator role can find more details on the Flamborough Connects’ website flamboroughconnects.ca/aboutus/careers. We will be accepting applications until May 8.
We are also very sad — but delighted — that our bookkeeper Kathy Miccuci is retiring. Kathy has been instrumental in helping Flamborough Connects streamline financial processes and we wish her all the best for a retirement filled with the joys of travel, family … and being even busier.
The bookkeeper position is an ideal opportunity for someone interested in expanding their small business. For more information visit flamboroughconnects.ca/aboutus/careers.
Summertime non-profit events — like Waterdown Oh Canada Ribfest — will be heating up soon. If you need volunteers, post your opportunities at flamboroughconnects.ca/flamborough-volunteers.
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