Career Connection in Petoskey to Focus on Health Care and Hospitality Jobs
PETOSKEY, MI –Job seekers can learn about local job opportunities in health care and hospitality at a special Northwest Michigan Works! Career Connection event June 17 in Petoskey. The event will run from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Petoskey Northwest Michigan Works! Center, 2240 Mitchell Park Drive.
The Career Connection will feature a panel of local health care and hospitality employers including McLaren Northern Michigan, Boyne Resorts, and Bay Harbor Resort. The employers will discuss their open positions, company benefits, and work culture.
Job seekers attending the event should bring copies of their résumé and come prepared for an interview after the panel discussion. There is no charge for the event and there will be a drawing for prizes. More information is available by calling 231-347-5150.
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