You are invited to participate in the Mount Vernon High School Teen Job Fair and Resume Building Workshop on Saturday, April 14. First jobs are important and these events help connect teens and employers face to face and prepare our youth for the workforce.
This job fair will focus on student job seekers (approximately ages 16 to 18) looking for full time employment, after-school employment, seasonal positions, internship opportunities, or volunteer experiences. It is open to all teens in Fairfax County looking for employment or wanting tips to build their resume. Volunteer opportunities and resume building workshops will be available for younger students looking to begin to build their resume.
STUDENTS click here to register.
Businesses and organizations have the opportunity to showcase their companies, brand their business in the local community, and advertise the positions they have available. It does not cost to participate.
BUSINESSES and ORGANIZATIONS seeking to secure space at the job fair should click here to fill out the application form.
During the four job fairs last year, more than 2000 Fairfax County teenagers and 120 employers attended all events combined. These job fairs provided hundreds of teenagers the opportunity to get in front of employers and for employers and volunteer organizations to find talented, driven Fairfax County students to fill their positions.
Mount Vernon Lee Chamber is proud to partner with the Mount Vernon Gazette, Mount Vernon High School, Supervisor Pat Herrity, Supervisor Jeff McKay, Supervisor Dan Storck, and Fairfax County Neighborhood and Community Services.
Thank you to our sponsors!