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Upcoming job fair in Boise includes openings in hospitality, recreation, sales

Boise - Grove - 2021
Otto Kitsinger
The Boise Centre is a venue for conferences, galas and other special events. It is one of the participants that will be at an April 27 job fair. (Otto Kitsinger for Idaho Capital Sun)

Employers from several industries will be at a job fair in Boise next Wednesday.

The job fair runs from 1-5 p.m. on April 27 at Taft Elementary School gymnasium, 3722 W. Anderson St.

Employers will include Darigold, DirecTV, Frito Lay, Inn at 400 Capitol, Boise Centre, Roaring Springs, Treasure Valley Family YMCA, Ada County Highway District, Peak Security of Idaho, Valley Regional Transit, Western Power Sports and others, according to a news release from the Idaho Department of Labor.

The companies will be hiring for jobs such as caregivers, housekeepers, food and beverage servers, lifeguards and jobs in transportation, marketing and communications and sales.

Visit to see a full list of employers.

Job seekers who need accommodations to participate can email or call 208-332-3575, ext. 3807. To access the Idaho Relay Service for the deaf and hard of hearing, dial 711.

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