“It’s an event that’s aimed to create jobs, promote local business and advance education,” said Olga Ivannikov, who helped organize the 5th annual Multicultural Business and Career Expo. “Anyone who’s looking for a job, anyone who’s thinking about education — anywhere from K to 12 to post-graduate — and anyone who has their own business can be our guest.”
An ad for the event says job-seekers will be able to meet local employers, learn about open positions, and get familiar with the job application process. Attendees might even want to bring a few copies of their resume as well, since there could be opportunities to “submit your resume right at the spot,” according to the Expo’s ad.
The event is organized by Russian-American Media, and has gained the support of the Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce and former Senator George Runner.
The Expo will be held at 6200 Fountain Square Dr. in Citrus Heights. Admission and parking are free.
A business and career expo is promising to bring together local employers, educators and job-seekers at the Citrus Heights Community Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
“It's an event that's aimed to create jobs, promote local business and advance education,” said Olga Ivannikov, who helped organize the 5th annual Multicultural Business and Career Expo.
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