Aldergrove Fair Days has student job opportunity

Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students

Aldergrove Fair Days is looking for a returning university student to join their team in making the 2017 Aldergrove Fair Days sizzle this July.

“We need someone with great people skills, strong organizational skills and a team player with initiative to complete our 2017 team,” said Darla Bracklow.

“This is the role for someone who want to grow their skills, help build our community and get paid doing it.”

Canada Summer Jobs is providing the funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while helping both students and their communities.

Aldergrove Fair Days has a student grant for a returning student offering $12 per hour for 10 weeks, working 30 hours a week. The student does need a car.

Interested applicants should email Darla.aldergrovefair@gmail.com for more information and to set up an interview.

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