HAYWARD — The city is hosting a job fair Saturday, March 7.
Last year’s job fair drew hundreds. This year, Hayward will partner with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District and some local businesses.
The fair will include resume reviews and information about recruitment and applications. Representatives from the city, park district and businesses will be on hand for discussions and questions.
Recruiters will be accepting applications for clerical, semi-skilled and skilled trades, professional, technical and managerial positions.
Police and firefighters will explain how to pursue a career in public safety, and speakers will give job-seeking advice.
More than 300 resumes were reviewed at last year’s fair. City human resources department workers gave advice on language, formatting and listing of experience.
The fair is geared toward Hayward residents but open to everyone. It will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 7 at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St. Those attending can enter a raffle for prizes.
HAYWARD — The park district is hiring for both full-time and summer jobs.
The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District has part-time openings in its sports, aquatics, facility rentals, day camps, tennis, after-school programs, nature, ranger and theater programs.
Pay ranges from $9.49 to $20.82 an hour.
For more information and to get an application, go to www.haywardrec.org/451/Part-Time-Employment-Opportunities or call 510-881-6700.
HAYWARD — The Hayward adult school is hosting a youth job fair May 9 at City Hall.
The fair is open to people ages 16 to 25. More than 50 businesses and agencies will have representatives at the fair, which will include a “dress for success” presentation by Macy’s of Hayward and door prizes. Those attending are asked to bringing resumes.
The adult school, officially called the Hayward Center for Education and Careers, is partnering with the city, the Employment Development Department/Youth Employment Opportunity Program, the Hayward Chamber of Commerce, Community Resources for Independent Living, Dr. Jennifer Ong, Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Southland Mall.
The fair takes place from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St. For more information, contact For more information, contact Juan Romero at 510-459-7056 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone bringing two cans to donate to the Alameda County Food Bank will get an additional ticket for door prize drawings.