Recent events in the Lake Travis and Westlake areas
COMPILED BY JENNIFER SCHAEFER
JOB FAIR The city of Bee Cave partnered with Lake Travis High School on May 16 for a job fair to help businesses with summer stang. The fair drew 76 businesses and more than 1,000 student attendees.
Business owners and community leaders answered questions about the benets of a part-time job.
Job opportunities at the career fair ranged from camp counselors to restaurant work and even positions with tech companies. (Photos courtesy Mary Lyons/City of Bee Cave)
The Hill Country Galleria provided 1,200 tote bags for students to store their job search materials.
The inaugural job fair was created in hopes area businesses can nd and retain sta.
Maple Street Biscuit Co., which plans to open this summer, was able to make seven hires at the job fair.
A number of businesses were able to make on-the-spot hires for the summer.
Panelists oered tips on how to balance extracurricular activities, school, sports and part-time work.
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LAKE TRAVIS WESTLAKE EDITION • JUNE 2022
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