Job Market

Library to host job fair for teens

Young adults looking for jobs can get the process started at their local libray. The James City County Library is hosting a Teen Job Fair where employers can meet those hoping to become gainfully employed.

Library staff will hold mock interviews with teenagers in an attempt to prepare them for what they could face during the job hunt.

The Virginia Public Library Directors Association recognized library staff by naming last year's inaugural job fair with its "Outstanding Young Adult Program" award among libraries that serve more than 80,000 people.

Representatives from Busch Gardens, James City County, and Sonic — and others — were in attendance at last year's...

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