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Tri-Lakes Job Fair set for March 14 to help employers and job seekers

February 23, 2018
Editorial , Lake Placid News

We're here to help you find a job or employees. Our sister newspaper, the Adirondack Daily Enterprise in Saranac Lake, will hold its annual Tri-Lakes Job Fair from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at North Country Community College's Sparks Athletic Complex.

And you're all invited, especially businesses looking to hire people.

Businesses interested in the job fair and in using the special Enterprise section to promote their job opportunities should contact Job Recruitment Consultant Lindsay Munn at 518-891-2600 or To be included in this event, reach us by Friday, Feb. 23.

The Tri-Lakes Job Fair benefits both job seekers and employers. The Enterprise is partnering with NCCC to promote this event that will encompass job opportunities from hospitality to health care.

"The need is evident with the increase in businesses looking for skilled and/or unskilled workers," Enterprise/Lake Placid News Publisher Catherine Moore said. "This will be our third annual job fair, and we expect this to be well attended as previous years and might be the largest job fair in the Tri-Lakes area."

The job fair is well represented by the business community due to publicizing it heavily to the audience that uses our classified employment section on and in print.

Partnering with NCCC serves students considering careers in the community, and it's an opportunity for local businesses to share their needs and ideas through networking.

Participating vendors can start setting up as early as 10 a.m. and meet and greet others over light fare and beverages available at 11 a.m.

The Enterprise will publish a special Get the Job section that will be inserted in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and Lake Placid News and distributed to schools and at the event. It will be filled with articles pertinent to job seeking and hiring.

We have high school and college students coming, as well as the Saranac Lake Rotary Club doing mock interviews and helping those who want help on their resumes.

If you know of someone seeking a job or career, seasonal or permanent, or just looking for a change from their current position, tell them to come on down to the job fair on March 14.



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