A virtual job fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3 for those interested in careers involving housing and shelter services.
The County of Santa Barbara, The Santa Barbara Foundation, Lompoc Public Library, Santa Maria Public Library and Santa Barbara Public Library are hosting the event with the goal of connecting new job applicants with open positions.
The Virtual Job Fair Agency Panel will consist of the following organizations:
- City Net, City of Santa Barbara
- Domestic Violence Solutions
- Good Samaritan Shelter
- New Beginnings
- Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness
- Santa Maria Public Library
- The Salvation Army of Santa Barbara
- Transition House
Attendees will hear about job opportunities with the organizations and how to make a difference in the community by helping people access housing, shelter and social services.
It will begin with opening remarks from County of Santa Barbara Second District Supervisor Gregg Hart and County of Santa Barbara Homeless Assistance Program Manager Kimberlee Albers.
The job fair will also include a program highlighting the assistance available to individuals without housing.
The agency panel will be facilitated by Rob Fredericks, Executive Director/CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara.
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