In the City of Providence we are using all of our available resources to help our residents get back to work and make sure small businesses have the tools they need to grow.
That is why I am proud to renew our partnership with the City of Cranston to host another series of job fairs.
After a successful series of job fairs last year, we kicked off our second round in February with an event targeting job openings in the healthcare industry. Seven more job fairs are scheduled throughout the year.
These fairs will focus on jobs in the manufacturing, hospitality, food, healthcare, and retail sectors. For the full schedule of job fairs, or to pre-register as a job seeker or company, visit the City’s website. All of the events are free and open to the public.
In addition to our existing partnership with Workforce Solutions of Providence/Cranston, I thank the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce and the Business Workforce Center at the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training for helping to make this series even more successful.
By aligning qualified skilled workers with businesses that are actively hiring employees, we are building a stronger economy here in Providence.