Employers from Greater Lowell recently participated in a video to help students prepare for the Spring Youth Job Fair at Lowell High School. The employers, who represent a variety of industries, spent time discussing the soft skills necessary to succeed in the workforce. The 30-minute video walks students through such things as filling out an application, how to prepare for an interview and what to during and after the interview. Throughout the video the employers offer tips for the students to help put the students be successful. The video is played across Lowell High School during advisory period and in the cafeteria. It will also run on local public access television stations in Lowell, Dracut, Tewksbury and Chelmsford.
MassHire GLWB would like to thank the employers who participated, Mel Moundele Field Sales Consultant, Sunrun, Kaitlin Swett Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, Lowell Five Bank, Minerva Amarante Store Manager, Dressbarn, Jessika Fabiano Senior Manager, Early Talent Programs, Thermo Fisher and Stephanie Southworth Human Resources Manager, Wamesit Lanes. In addition, thank you to Lowell Telecommunications for producing the piece and the area public access stations for carrying the video.
The Job Fair, which will be held on April 11th from 3 pm until 5 pm in the Lowell High School cafeteria, is open to students from Dracut, Lowell, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro, Chelmsford and Billerica. If you are an employer and would like to participate in the Job Fair please contact Beatriz Sierra, School to Work Coordinator at 978-805-4813 or Beatriz.firstname.lastname@example.org