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EVENT: Spark Employment Services to host job fair on Nov. 19

Supporting jobseekers through change and transition whether entering or re-entering the workforce

In a world that is constantly changing, life can become chaotic and unfamiliar. For many, change can create feelings of anxiety and worry, leading to a fear of the unknown. Life changes can be overwhelming but Spark Employment Services (Spark) can help with the transition – whether entering or re-entering the workforce.

Spark has a wide variety of personalized programs and supports to help jobseekers maximize their success and get started on the next chapter of their professional life.

Don’t know where to begin with your job search? No problem! Spark has several resources to help jobseekers gain the motivation needed to determine career objectives and job search direction.

Join Spark’s Job Fair on Nov. 19 during the Sudbury Wolves game. As well, Spark will be hosting its Let’s Get to Work Day - Monthly Virtual Job Fairs, which occur the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Job fairs are open to all jobseekers and will feature positions in retail, hospitality, telecommunications, and many more. Come connect with a variety of local employers from many different industries and explore multiple career opportunities!

“Sudbury is open for business and there are many positions from all sorts of industries ready to be filled,” says Chantal Makela, CEO of Spark. “If you are ready to work, even if you have faced employment barriers, I encourage you to attend these events and to stop by our office to connect with one of our expert Employment Specialists.”

Click here to visit Spark Employment Services’ website and register for these events. For further information and details, please contact Spark Employment Services at 705-671-2544 or via e-mail at Hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario. The views expressed in this publication are the views of Spark Employment Services and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada or the Government of Ontario.