CHINO, Calif. – As the Southern California economy continues to improve, more and more companies and other organizations are adding personnel. Job growth is particularly strong in the Inland Empire, where more than 50,000 new jobs have been added in each of the past three years, according to the California Employment Development Department.
More than 30 employers, including leading companies, government organizations, staffing agencies, nonprofit organizations and other businesses, will be recruiting employees to fill many of those new positions when they convene at the New Hope Christian Fellowship in Chino for the Chino Valley Job, College and Resource Fair on May 20.
Job-seekers will have the opportunity to meet and interview for a variety of positions – all in one day – including jobs in accounting, administration, clerical, customer service, education, financial services, health care, nursing, law enforcement, management, manufacturing, non-profit, sales, transportation and more
“Here at New Hope, we love our community and want to share God’s love by providing employment opportunities to help those who are in need,” said New Hope Christian Fellowship/Centro de Esperanza Pastor Moises Bejarano. “We believe that God is calling us to work in the job growth arena for our city. This is our second job fair, and we are very excited to once again host this event because of the great results we’ve seen.”
The Chino Valley Job, College and Resource Fair will run from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at New Hope Christian Fellowship, which is located at 13333 Ramona Avenue in Chino. To register, visit http://www.newhopechino.net/job-fair.html.
Attendees will have the chance to explore to find a new job, explore new career prospects and research educational opportunities. Those who want to prepare in advance are welcome to attend a pre-fair workshop to learn practical guidance on common interview questions and practices, how to update resumes and what to expect during the job-hunting process.
Presented by Devry Institute, the workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, May 13, at New Hope Christian Fellowship in Chino. Workshop attendees will be given priority “fast pass” for prompt entry into the May 20 job fair. Admission to the job fair and the interviewing workshop are free. To register, visit http://www.newhopechino.net/job-fair.html.
The unemployment rate in the combined Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario metropolitan statistical area was 6.5 percent in March 2015, down from a revised 6.8 percent in February 2015, and below the March 2014 estimate of 8.9 percent, according to the California Employment Development Department.
For more information about the Chino Valley Job, College and Resource Fair and to learn more about New Hope Christian Fellowship, call (909) 628-8612, ext. 101, or visit www.newhopechino.net.