Wendy Rush

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If you’re one of the many people in Las Vegas looking for employment, then dust off that resume. Thousands of jobs are available and will be filled with an upcoming Las Vegas job fair. The fair will be held Wednesday, Sept 14, 2022 from 11am to 1pm. News3 reported the event will be held at the Palms Casino Resort, in partnership with the job recruitment website, jobertising.com. Many local and national companies will be at this event ready to hire people. Companies include:

  • The Cosmopolitan
  • Affinity Gaming
  • PALMS Casino Resort
  • The Phoenix Staffing
  • Protective Force International
  • Televisa Univision
  • The Grandview Las Vegas
  • Clark County School District
  • CCSD Food Service Department
  • Northwest Career College
  • Cashman CAT
  • LV-Pita, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
  • AWG Ambassador
  • AARROW Sign Spinners
  • Western Funding
  • OMNI Limousine
  • RTDS
  • Crescent Schools of Gaming and Bartending
  • Ellis Island Casino Hotel and Brewery

The event is open to the public and is free to attend, but registration is required. Registration can be completed at jobertising.com. Job seekers are encouraged to bring lots of resumes and dress like you are going to an interview.

Jobertising.com is a great website that offers many tips for people who are seeking a job, including:

  1. Having a positive attitude. Even if you don’t think you’re coming across as negative, it can be picked up by interviewers. So come with an attitude that says “I belong in your company”.
  2. Have some idea about what you want to do. Saying you’ll do “anything” might come across as a lack of passion. Before the job fair, have a few ideas of jobs you might be passionate about, and it will go over much better than being apathetic about your next career.
  3. Have a solid resume. And don’t forget to bring lots of copies to the job fair.

More tips can be found out jobertising.com.. Now get out there and good luck! 🙂

Wendy Rush, 96.3KKLZ Las Vegas

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9 Reasons Why You Should GetCarded Today

When I was a kid, I remember the library being a place to check out books and do microfiche research. But these days, the library has WAY more to offer, and I guarantee some of it will surprise you!

The Las Vegas Clark County Library District wants you to #GetCarded, as part of the year-round #GetCarded challenge. To “get carded” all you have to do is sign up for a free library card and discover all of the resources the library has to offer. Check out these resources, all available for FREE at our local libraries.

  • 1. Movies & Music Streaming

    You can cancel your Netflix and Spotify accounts now. If you #GetCarded, you’ll have access to a huge catalog of movies, TV shows and music. All available to stream for free with your library card. There are even audiobooks. Bye, Audible!

  • 2. Toy Lending

    At the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, your children don’t just have a large collection of books at their disposal, they also have toys. The LVCCLD has toy lending as part of their program. A child can check out a toy just like a book, and return it when they are done playing with it. They even have American Girl Dolls!

  • 3. Theaters With Live Performances

    All kinds of performances are happening in the library theaters. Belly Dancing, Chamber Orchestras, Jazz Vocal Ensembles, Drawing Demonstrations, Karaoke nights, and much more. There’s an event calendar you can use to search by topic so you can find exactly what you like. You can look for events that cater to babies, toddlers, adults, even families.

  • 4. Art Galleries With Local Artists

    As part of its commitment to our community, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has put a focus on the cultural arts and work of our local, national and international artists. The LVCCLD boasts 14 galleries with 80 shows per year, that offer a diverse range of artwork and programs that visually and conceptually engage the public.

  • 5. Podcasting Studio

    Have you wanted to start a podcast or Voice Over venture but don’t know what equipment to start with? Maybe you just have one project to do that doesn’t warrant spending all that money on a home studio. Well, the library is your answer. Select branches have podcasting equipment available for all your recording needs.

  • 6. DJ Classes

    Yes! DJ Classes. I know, right? Who would have thought a resource like this was available at the library. And for free! Select branches are set up with DJ booths ready to help you hone your craft. Some have even learned how to be a DJ at the library and gone on to make money doing it. Why not you?

  • 7. Music And Production Facilities

    If you’re more interested in the music performance or production side of things, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District has you covered there too. Select branches have music and production facilities available for you. Record that song you wrote. Or make a commercial for a client. The sky is the limit with the recording equipment the library has to offer. #GetCarded

  • 8. Computer Labs For All Ages

    The library has computers you can use on-site, with a wide range of resources available for you. You can use word-processing software, access the internet, and peruse online resources like newspaper and encyclopedias. All available, free of charge, for anyone who holds a library card.

  • 9. Free Wifi & Hotspots That You Can Take Home

    Here’s another thing that might surprise you. Need Wi-Fi? Maybe you’re between houses or service plans? Whatever the reason you need it, the library has it. You can check out a personal hotspot device just like a book, and return it when you’re done. And it’s free when you #GetCarded. Yes, really.

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