Friday, March 7, 2014, from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
1372 North Main Street, Adrian MI.
The ‘reverse’ part of the job fair means that LISD TECH Center students will be behind tables with resumes and work samples showcasing their skills and abilities for employers. Anyone who makes hiring decisions at a manufacturing company is invited to move about the room to meet and talk with students about future employment.
About 100 students from the LISD TECH Center’s Advanced Manufacturing, Alternative Energy & Robotics, Welding Technology, and Engineering, Design & CAD programs are taking part in the Reverse Job Fair. South Central Michigan Works!, Lenawee Now, the Jackson Area Manufacturing Association, and Siena Heights University have helped organize and promote the event.
“We have some of the best and brightest young talent in Lenawee County at the LISD TECH Center, and the Reverse Job Fair will help showcase their potential,” said Principal Shelley Jusick. “Prospective employers will get a chance to develop relationships with students at various stages of readiness for the job market: some will be entering the job market in June, others are looking for after-school, weekend, or summer jobs, and still others will be heading for college after graduation.”
Perspective employers, who pre-register on the LISD web site (www.lisd.us), will have lunch and tours provided during the morning/afternoon shift change.
The Reverse Job Fair is part of the LISD’s recognition of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. For more information, call 517-265-1769.