“With vaccines in arms, kids back in schools, and unemployment declining, it’s time to get back on track,” said Bourdeaux in an emailed statement. “I am hosting this job fair to connect talent with opportunity, helping individuals and businesses alike get back on their feet.”
Participating employers include EnerSys, Forsyth County Schools, Gwinnett Department of Transportation, Gwinnett Water Resources, Kroger, Publix Supermarkets, QuikTrip and The Vine Realty.
Masks will be required for anyone attending the event. Tables will be spaced out to allow for adequate social distancing.
Jobseekers are asked to wear business casual attire and bring copies of their résumé/CV to the fair. Individuals are encouraged but not required to pre-register for the event. Interested businesses can sign up for the event until August 10.