Job Chats for teens Saturday at library

 

Nearly 30 local professionals will gather at the Bob Harkins Branch on Saturday to chat with teens about their careers. Job Chats is a free drop in event hosted by the Prince George Public Library; teens can have one-on-one conversations with working people and learn what careers might suit them.

Some of the professionals include a construction project coordinator, forester, graphic artist, coder, lawyer, curator, firefighter, florist, physiotherapy assistant, sales representative, RCMP officer, librarian, and radio DJ.

This is the third year the Prince George Public Library has run Job Chats; last year 100 teens attended the event. Job Chats will be held in the Keith Gordon Room from 1:30-3 p.m. on Saturday, November 18.