The Kauai Job Fair takes place Wednesday, Oct. 12, 9 a.m.-noon, at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall. Jobseekers will also be able to learn about job training resources, search tips, how to prepare for an interview, and how to write a resume. A computer station will be set up to facilitate online job applications. The County of Kauai says the following companies will be in attendance: Aloha Air Cargo; Aloha Contract Services; Aston-Aqua Hospitality Hotels; Avis/Budget Rent A Car; Bank of Hawaii; Bayada Home Health Care; Big Save/Times; Child and Family Service; Clinical Labs of Hawaii; County of Kauai; Courtyard Marriott; Crazy Shirts; Easter Seals Hawaii;G4S; Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa; HMS Host; Haleakala Solar; Hawaii Pacific Health; Hawaiian Telcom; HiEmployment; Kauai Coffee Company; Kauai Marriott Resort; Macys; Ohana Pacific Management Company; Pier 1;Ross Dress for Less; Servco Hawaii; Sheraton Kauai Resort; St. Regis Princeville Resort; Taco Bell/Pizza Hut; Verde Restaurant; Verizon; The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas; Wyndham Vacation Hawaii; and Y. Hata/Koa Trading. check these guys outThe fair issponsored by theCounty of Kauai in collaboration with WorkWise Kauai and the Kauai Workforce Development Board.
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