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1859 - Outlaw Tiburcio Vasquez escapes from prison while serving sentence for grand larceny in SCV area; recaptured in August and sent to San Quentin [story]
Tiburcio Vasquez

The Santa Clarita Job Fair will be held Friday, Oct. 27 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at College of the Canyons, West Gym, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Valencia, CA 91355.

The event is open to all for jobjseekers to meet with employers from various industries looking to hire.

Parking is free in any student lot during the event.

A job fair is a great way to meet representatives from a variety of industries, at the same place and in a short period of time. It is an opportunity to impress employers with your personal presentation and qualifications and to ask questions regarding job openings, company culture and industry.

Bring copies of your resume, dress professionally and come prepared.

Employers scheduled to attend include:

A Change in Trajectory


Academy of the Canyons

Acara Solutions

Adept Fasteners

Advanced Bionics


Aerotek Engineering

Allen Lund Company

America’s Job Center of California

ASC Process Systems

Assisted Healthcare Services

Autism Learning Partners

Avenues Supported Living Services

Bandy Manufacturing

Beverly Hills Police Department

Brighton Collectibles

Burbank Police Department


Castaic Union School District


ChildCare Careers


City of LA – Dept. of Public Works

City of Santa Clarita

City of Simi Valley

College of the Canyons

Community Memorial Health System

Continuity Care Home Nurses

Corbett Construction

County of LA – Dept. of Parks & Recreation

County of Ventura

Creative Behavioral Consultants

Desert Haven Enterprises

Dignity Health

Dog Psychology Center


Dynamic Nursing Services

Easterseals Southern California

Education Through Music-Los Angeles

Elevated Behavioral Therapy Services

Elevo Learning


Exact Staff

Fives Machining Systems


Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman

Generations Healthcare

Genesis 1 Auto Concepts

GHP Management

Green Convergence

Grwth Power

Helpful Hands Respite Services

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Holland America/Princess-Alaska Land Operations

Horn’s Backflow & Plumbing Co

iLEAD Schools

Indelife Services

ITT Aerospace Controls

KB Home



LA County Probation Department

LA County Public Works

LA Department of Water and Power



Locally Grown LA

Lockheed Martin

Los Angeles School Police Department

Maker Learning Network

Mellady Direct Marketing

N/S Corporation


New Horizons-SFV

Newhall School District

Northeast Valley Health Corporation

Northwestern Mutual


Olive View-UCLA Education and Research Institute


Pacific Islands Club – Guam

Partners for Potential

Pleasantview Industries

Quality Behavior Solutions

Quality Temp Staffing


Riedel Communications

Rise School Programs

Saugus Union School District

SCV Boys & Girls Club

Six Flags

Small World Preschool

Southern California Edison

Star View Behavioral Health

Storer Transportation Services

Straussner Sherman Lonne Treger Helquist

Sulphur Springs Union School District

Tarzana Treatment Centers


Tri Source International

United States Navy

Universal Studios Hollywood

US Army and Army Reserve

Vector Marketing

Ventura County Probation Agency

Ventura Townehouse



West Coast Ambulance

Woodward HRT

For more info visit www.MySCVJobFair.com.

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