One of St. Clair County’s largest career fairs is already filling up. St. Clair County Community College (SC4) is looking for businesses to attend the annual career fair, but participants will want to move fast. The fair is not until April 23, but the college is lining up employers who are looking for new recruits. SC4 says that the Career Fair traditionally brings in hundreds of students, alumni, and community members who are just getting started in their careers or are looking to make a job switch.
There is also a partnership with other stakeholders in the economic scene in the area. The Blue Water Chamber and Economic Development Alliance (EDA), along with the Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works agency and the City of Port Huron and McMorran Place all have a hand in the Career Fair. According to Bonnie DiNardo, Director of Community and Alumni Relations at SC4, “The Career Fair is a great opportunity for employers in our region and across the country to showcase their company, network with other employers and, above all, find the best candidates from our community’s rich talent pool.”
Along with getting to meet potential employees face to face, employers registered with SC4 can take advantage of the college’s online employment system for both students and alumni, Career Coach. Interested employers can get the registration details at sc4.edu.
Reporting for WGRT, Karly Hurley.