Berkeley Springs-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce to hold Career Fair April 25

The Berkeley Springs-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce has been asked to partner with Berkeley Springs High School for a Career Fair on Thursday, April 25. After several years of very successful Job Fairs in Morgan County, this will be a new way for businesses and students and job seekers to connect.

The Career Fair will be open to the general public, including job seekers, virtual students, and homeschool students from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

“As anyone with a business in Morgan County knows, good help is hard to find.  With the Career Fair, we’re hoping to show our high school students options for paths that will help them become the next best employees.”  Executive Director Happy Rone commented.

“While we encourage businesses to bring applications if they’re hiring, we also encourage them to bring literature that will show attendees what schooling or training they might need for each industry, and how they can grow in each business.  We’re hoping, if possible, that businesses will bring items from each industry that the students can look at, touch, and really get excited about,” Rone said.

Sponsored by CNB Bank, Inc, the Morgan County Economic Development Authority, Blue Flame, Inc., and Edward Jones, with lunches provided for the businesses by Blue Ridge Community & Technical College, the job fair at Berkeley Springs High School is free to any business who would like to sign up to attend.

Businesses should register for their free booth by Monday, April 1, at

For more information, call the Berkeley Springs-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce at 304-258-3738.