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LGCareers at Wellington Careers Expo 2016

On Friday 17 and Saturday 18 June 2016 SOLGM offered councils the opportunity to promote and discuss what a career in Local Government could mean for job seekers at the 2016 Careers Expo in Wellington where an estimated 7,500 visitors attended. 
Representatives from Invercargill City Council, Porirua City Council, Wellington City Council, Nelson City Council manned the LGCareers booth where the LGCareers Video played on a large screen television and our brand new information flyers were handed out.

Kat Moses from Invercargill City Council
Kat Moses from Invercargill City Council describing to students what careers are available in local government and  how they can fit with the study plans.

  

Susan Reid from Porirua City Council highlighting that there is a role in local government which suits your passion.

 

Dan Baxter, from Wellington City Council handing out jet plane lollies supplied by Trade Me Jobs to students who can correctly answer what their council does in their community.
Susan Reid from Porirua City Council, Kat Moses from Invercargill City Council and Dan Baxter from Wellington City Council were on deck when an estimated  47 school  groups visited the Careers Expo on the Friday.

 

Michelle Crutchley from Nelson City Council took to the stage during the expo to talk about the opportunities councils can offer young people.

 

 
 
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