The event is a rock-concert themed mobile event, which will also inform the public about the various tools and resources the government has to help people find jobs. The traveling exhibit will feature a rock band, a variety of local community talent as well as a list of speakers.
The layout will include two giant tents, one which showcases the career resources and tools, with the other set up as an interactive temporary tattoo parlour, where people can select a temporary tattoo of their chosen career, and listen to a short presentation about that career while having the tattoo applied.
The event will take place in the parking lot of Centennial Park from 2 to 8 p.m.
Fort St. John is one of 50 communities the event is visiting, including Fort Nelson on June 1, and Dawson Creek on June 8 and Chetwynd on June 10. For more information, visit the JobFest website.
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