Job Fair by the Lake

Job Fair by the Lake

The Pike County Workforce Development Agency announced it will be holding its first fall Working Pike Job Fair on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Waterfront at Silver Birches, 205 Route 507, Hawley, PA 18428.

Upwards of 40 employers are expected to attend. Opportunities range from entry level to managerial in a variety of industries including healthcare, hospitality, financial, manufacturing, warehouse, law enforcement, corrections, recreation, sales and more.

There is no fee for job seekers, and no RSVP necessary. Come dressed to impress and bring your resume. If you require help with creating or updating your resume, or if you require professional interview attire, contact the agency at (570) 296-2909, as they are able to help.

The Pike County Workforce Development Agency has been hosting job fairs in Pike County for 25 years. However, this is the first year the Working Pike will organize a Fall event.

The organization known as WORKING PIKE is a collaboration of County Government, Faith-Based Assemblies and Private Organizations. Its mission is to build a stronger community through this partnership.

Cindy DeFebo, Pike County Workforce Development Agency Director stated, “With the spring Working Pike Job Fair having an incredible turnout from both employers and job seekers, the agency started to explore its options. We decided to host a fall job fair to provide an additional opportunity to those who may not have been able to attend one of our previous hiring events.”

The sponsors for the Job Fair by the Lake include Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau, Lackawanna College Lake Region Center, Bold Gold Media, and Silver Birches.

Employers there are still tables available! If you are seeking employees, please complete a registration form. Digital and printable versions are available on the Workforce Development webpage at Tables are $55.00.

For additional information, contact Cynthia DeFebo, Pike County Workforce Development Agency (570) 296-2909.