Nathaniel Legault (15) drops off a resume with Adam Kittredge of Superbath Mobile Carwash at a previous WorkLink job fair in Langford.

Job fair highlights West Shore employers

Diverse group of industries represented at Colwood event

Print out a fresh copy of your resume, iron your best shirt and dust off your interview skills as WorkLink Employment Society prepares to host a job fair next week.

The event, taking place from 9:30 a.m. until noon on Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Colwood Pacific Activity Centre, 2610 Rosebank Rd., will feature a number of West Shore-based employers as well as many from the Greater Victoria area. Some employers in attendance will be Alpine Disposal and Recycling, Slegg Building Materials, the YMCA-YWCA of Vancouver Island and the Sooke Harbour House, to name a few.

Bring your resume and be prepared for an interview as there will be a number of employers from a diverse group of industries and union representatives.

WorkLink has been providing employment services to West Shore communities since 1978. The non-profit organization is funded through both federal and provincial government initiatives and is a registered charity with a West Shore location at 3179 Jacklin Rd.

Register online for this free event at or for more information contact Barb McLean at

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