PRLog - May 27, 2014 - WHAT:
As part of our commitment to help students be workforce ready and succeed beyond high school; Project 150 and the Nevada Subcontractors Association are presenting a Career and Employment Fair this Saturday, May 31, 2014. This opportunity is for high school students and recent graduates young adults to find career positions in industries ready to hire for permanent employment.
“Many employers registered to attend are ready to not just hire young adults, they are prepared to mentor high school students in fields that can become a lifelong career and also teach them how to become business owners in their fields. Other employers will expose students to career opportunities attainable right after graduation.”
Job seekers, dress to impress, bring plenty of resume copies, be ready for onsite interviews and have your “I can succeed” positive attitude. Employers and students please visit www.project150.org for additional information.
Event sponsored by Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Nevada Chapter
WHEN: Saturday, May 31st, 2014 10am-2pm
WHERE: Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway,Las Vegas, NV 89101
INTERVIEWS: Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, Don Purdue, Project 150 President/Co-
Media Contact: Meli Pulido, Executive Director, Project 150, 702-326-2079, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Project 150:
Project 150 is a non-profit charitable organization founded in December 2011 by two Nevada Natives, Don Purdue and Patrick Spargur, both graduates of Clark High School, who heard of and helped 150 homeless students at Rancho High School. Since then, Project 150 provides food, clothing, school supplies, sports equipment, shoes, and other special requests to over 1,500 homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students. In January 2014, the SNHEP Youth Council transitioned under Project 150’s umbrella. The Project 150 Youth Council Leadership Program focuses in leadership training, mentoring, scholarship fundraising, and college, career, and workforce readiness. The Youth Council proudly continues the premiere SNHEP Scholarship Program Legacy under their new name, Project 150 Youth Council. Project 150’s goal is to collaborate with schools and community organizations to maximize resources and allow students to focus in achieving graduation. Project 150 currently serves over 1,500 homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged students at 34 high schools in Southern Nevada and one in Reno. www.project150.org