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Today: Job search workshop

 

On Monday, Feb. 29, in advance of a Facebook job fair on Tuesday, March 8, job search workshops will be held at 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. at the community room of the East Palo Alto City Hall at 2415 University Ave.

The workshop will provide job search tips on interview skills and resume presentation and offer advice on interview attire. JobTrain will offer career coaching. Attendance is limited to people age 18 and up. Attendees will get a "Job Fair VIP" ticket. Go to tinyurl.com/jobfair326 for more information.

Facebook will host a job fair from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8, at the East Palo Alto City Council Chambers at 2415 University Ave. in East Palo Alto. There will be Facebook recruiters and representatives from its vendor partners present hiring in sectors such as construction, valet parking, culinary, IT, property management, security and transportation services.

Companies scheduled to attend are Facebook, ABM, Allied Barton Security, Flagship, Hines Property Management, Level 10 Construction, Loop Transportation, Milestone, Philz Coffee, Precision Parking, Pro-Unlimited and WeDriveU.

Editor's Note: A previous version of the story falsely indicated the event would be Thursday, not Tuesday, March 8.

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