Guam DOL and GCA pushing workforce development activities
HAGÃ…TÑA, Guam – The Guam Department of Labor and Guam Contractors Association have partnered to co-host the Guam Dept. of Labor-Guam Contractors Association Island Wide Job Fair, which will be held May 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the University of Guam Field House in Mangilao.
Primary goals during the fair will be to foster and promote wage earner welfare in Guam.  Additionally, the fair will identify the need to enhance opportunities for occupational training and profitable employment.  Aspiring professionals will greatly benefit by attending this island wide job fair as various employers from a wide spectrum of industries will be on hand to make direct contact by screening and interviewing potential employees.
Companies currently on-board to participate in the upcoming fair include AE Com Technical Services, Inc., Ambros, Inc., Ambyth Shipping & Trading, Inc., City Hill Co. Guam, Ltd., dck pacific guam LLC, DZSP 21 LLC, Fargo Pacific, Inc., Federal Bureau of Investigation, Foremost Foods Guam, Inc., Guam Memorial Hospital Authority, Hard Rock Café, Hyatt Regency Guam, King’s Restaurant LLC, MCV Broadband, and Watts Constructors LLC, Kloppenberg Enterprises Inc, Market Wholesale Distributors, Personal Finance Center, Isla Medical Services, Hard Rock Café Guam, Pacific Islands Club, Mandara Spa, Cars Plus Guam, Perez Bros, Inc, and Black Construction.
“We’re very excited to bring these companies together for everyone out there looking for a job,” Labor director Leah Beth Naholowaa said. “This is just one of the many projects we are working on to advance the governor’s workforce development agenda. I encourage Guamanians looking for a job to come to the fair and take advantage of the networks and resources we are providing. I’m positive job-seekers will come away better prepared to help themselves and their families through these tough economic times.”
“It’s important to  us that we do everything possible to bring career opportunities to all Guamanians looking for work,” Governor Eddie Baza Calvo said. “The Department of Labor’s partnerships with the private sector is critical and proactive. They’ve done a great job putting this together.”
For additional information, please contact Marchell Herreros or Aisabel Parinas at (671) 475-7072 or

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