Posted: Sat 22nd Sep 2018

Businesses offered the chance to exhibit at leading careers fair for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Sep 22nd, 2018

Businesses from across the region are being offered the chance to meet potential employees at Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s annual Careers Fair.

The fair, on October 18, has already more than 50 exhibitors, but a few last-minute places are still available.

Organised by the university’s award-winning careers team, the annual service attracts both students and graduates from the University, as well as members of the public and other visitors.

Running from 10am to 2pm at the university’s Sports Centre, employers have used the day to meet future employees, promote causal vacancies or graduate jobs, or find interns or volunteers.

Exhibitors attending this year include attending this year include Art and Business Cymru, Chetwood Financial Limited, Clwyd Alyn Housing Association, the Co Op, NHS Wales, Flintshire and Denbighshire County Councils, HMP Berwyn, Nidec, North Wales Police, Wockhardt, Kronospan and Theatr Clwyd.

Any company or organisation who wants to join them on the day will get tea or coffee, snacks and a light lunch for up to two people as well as floor space, Trestle Table and chairs. A CV review service is also available at the event.

Student Employability Advisor Angela Corbett said: “At Wrexham Glyndŵr University, our award-winning Careers service strives to ensure all our students leave ready for their chosen career – and that they can get relevant experience during their studies, whether that is paid work or finding a suitable internship or volunteering opportunity.

“Events such as the Careers Fair help them – and they also help leading players in our local industries find skilled workers and boost our region’s economy.

“Employers large and small have found the right person for their business after taking part – and there’s still time to apply for a place.”

Anyone interested in attending can email Angela Corbett on or phone 01978 293240.

Find out more about Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s Careers team and their work here.

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