The Oldham Careers Fair is taking place on Tuesday 26 September, from 3 – 7pm at Oldham Queen Elizabeth Hall, Oldham.
This free event is for young people aged 15 to 25 looking to start their career, get a new job, or further their skills and is hosted by Oldham Council.
The event gives the opportunity for young people to meet organisations from across Oldham who are looking for talented residents to join their teams. Those who attend can also get guidance and support on training opportunities available to them and will be able to talk to exhibitors about the different career options available within different sectors, helping gain a better understanding of potential career paths.
There will be more than 40 businesses, education, training and engagement providers in attendance as well as inspiring talks on securing apprenticeships, getting into a legal career and how to get into the arts and culture sector as a career.
This is another example of Oldham’s exciting regeneration plans including our regeneration plans, including the creation of 2,000 homes in the town centre and a new theatre, will bring businesses to the borough, boosting the local economy and bringing in more jobs.
Oldham Community Leisure, Barlow’s Electrical and Pearson Legal will be amongst the many employers taking part. Get Oldham Working, Positive Steps and a range of other support organisations will also be at the event.
The Oldham Careers Fair takes place at QE Hall which is next to Oldham Bus Station and pay and display parking is also available. Oldham King Street Metrolink stop is just a 2-3 minute walk away. No prior booking required just turn up on the day.