Lincoln High School Job Fair

November 15, 2021

October 6, 2021: Advance Thief River is excited to announce that Lincoln High School will be hosting a job fair for all of their students in grades 9-12. The fair is open to all area employers who are interested in hiring students.

Approximately 580 students will be attending the fair. Unlike a career fair, the purpose of this event is to bring students and employers together and help them to find jobs working for area employers who are hiring NOW.

“Work-based learning experiences are a high priority for Lincoln High School,” said Scott Brekke, Principal for Lincoln High School. “We think this is an ideal time for our students to apply for jobs as we enter the holiday season.”

Employers must register if they wish to participate. The deadline to register is November 8.

For more information or to register, contact Michelle Landsverk by phone/text to 218-280-1755 or by emailing mlandsverk@icloud.com.

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