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Jaime Herrera Beutler to Host 7th Annual Jobs Fair on August 21

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Vancouver, July 25, 2017 | comments
Jaime Herrera Beutler announced today that she will be hosting her seventh annual Southwest Washington Jobs Fair on Monday, August 21. The jobs fair will be held at Warehouse ‘23 in Vancouver. She will also offer a job hunting workshop on Tuesday, August 15 at the Vancouver Community Library.
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Jaime Herrera Beutler announced today that she will be hosting her seventh annual Southwest Washington Jobs Fair on Monday, August 21. The jobs fair will be held at Warehouse ‘23 in Vancouver. She will also offer a job hunting workshop on Tuesday, August 15 at the Vancouver Community Library.

Similar to previous jobs fairs, this free event will be open to all Southwest Washington residents and will include employers from a variety of industries. For a list of employers and positions available, please visit Jaime’s website at jhb.house.gov.

“Supporting employers to create new jobs, protecting jobs that exist, and helping those who are seeking employment have been my top priorities in Congress,” said Jaime. “While it’s positive that unemployment has decreased in our region, there are still a lot of folks I talk to who are looking for work or better-paying jobs. I am pleased to offer this resource and connect job seekers with employers right here in our community.”

Southwest Washington Jobs Fair

Date and Time: Monday, August 21 • 9:30am - Noon

Location: Warehouse ’23, 100 Columbia Street #102, Vancouver, WA

Please click here for a list of participating employers; the list will be updated as more employers confirm their attendance. 

Employers who are interested in participating should contact Pam Peiper in Jaime’s Vancouver office at (360) 695-6292. 


Southwest Washington Job Hunting Workshop

Date and Time: Tuesday, August 15 • 9:00am - 11:30am

Location: Vancouver Community Library, 901 C Street, Vancouver, WA


The workshop will offer a panel of experts with job-seeking and resume-writing advice. There is no need for job hunters to RSVP.

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