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Virtually Help Local Students Explore Career Paths in Our Area

Do you want to connect with Middle and High School Students to come work for you someday? Do they know what your company does?  Do they know what opportunities exist with your organization? 

We are now officially recruiting businesses to participate in the 2021 Live Virtual Future Careers Expo Event.  This year the Chamber’s Foundation is partnering with Central PA Workforce Development Corporation (CPWDC) and PA CareerLink to bring a more robust virtual event aimed at educating students about the diverse paths to a successful career.  We hope that your business/organization will participate.  This is a wonderful opportunity for you to meet with students and share with them what types of work your business does, and what types of jobs make your organization work.  This is an educational opportunity and not a “job fair”.   We want students to walk away inspired to follow a career path that might lead to your company. 

Details of the event are: 

  • Date:  Thursday, May 6, 2021
  • Time:  10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
  • Location: Online via Booth Central web platform
  • Hosted By: The Foundation of the Columbia Montour Chamber of Commerce, Central PA Workforce Development Corporation (CPWDC) and PA Career Link


  • Hundreds of students from at least 8 Area Middle and High Schools (Benton, Berwick, Bloomsburg, Central Columbia, Columbia Montour Vo-Tech, Danville, Millville, Southern Columbia)

If your business decides to participate in the Expo please do the following:

Register Here.  Once you have selected the purple “Register for event” button to the right, you will be directed to the event platform Booth Central. You will need to: 1) Select the red “Apply for a Booth button”. 2) Create an account through a simple process by clicking “Join now” found on the Hello screen. 3) Select “Join as Booth Host”. 4) Complete the form and select “Register”. 5) You will then complete the event registration form. Please contact with any questions. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Equal Opportunity Employer/ Program.

There is no cost to you for participating.  You can request multiple booths per organization if you want to showcase different careers or business units to students.  Each virtual booth will need staffed during the live virtual event.

The goal of this event is to educate middle and high school students about the workforce opportunities in our area, including the types of industries available here, the skills and education needed for specific careers, future job openings, etc.  We hope to convince local students that there are many great career opportunities in our region.

Please register for the event no later than Friday April 30, 2021 if possible by registering at here.

For questions or additional information, contact Jeff Emanuel at the Foundation at or 570-784-2522.


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