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Frankston Mornington Peninsula Industry and Jobs Expos

30 May 2024

Engage with the Future Workforce

This August 20 the Industry Expo and Jobs Expo come together on the same day – a great chance for employers to connect with current and future job seekers.

There are three ways to get involved:

1. FMP Industry Expo (9:00 AM – 2:00 PM)

Engage with over 1600 students from years 10 to 12, representing schools across the region at the FMP Industry Expo. Connect with the future workforce, showcase your industry’s advancements, provide insights into career pathways, and foster meaningful connections with the next generation of talent. Registration fee includes the Job Expo. Exhibitors also have the option to book a presentation room.

EXHIBITOR REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

2. FMP Job Expo (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM)

The FMP Job Expo is designed to facilitate connections between local job seekers and opportunities within the Mornington Peninsula and Frankston region. During this dynamic 2-hour session, businesses will have the chance to engage directly with hundreds of job seekers. Registrations is free, or can be done in conjunction with the Industry Expo.

EXHIBITOR REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

3. Jobs Board

List your current vacancies for free on the Expo Jobs Board. This will be on display on the day and also distributed to local employment networks. Contact the Business and Industry Support team to find out more.

Don’t miss this valuable platform for employers to interact with potential candidates, cultivate skills, and forge meaningful connections within our community.

Presented by the FMPLLEN (Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Local Learning and Employment Network) in partnership with the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Frankston City Council and the Local Jobs South East Melbourne and Peninsula program.

 

Registration information

To discuss the options that suit your business contact: Linda Vathis at linda@fmpllen.com.au

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