Ontario airport launches West End Job Fair

Get your resumes and most impressive outfits ready for takeoff.

Nearly 100 employers looking to recruit for 2,000 positions plan to fill L.A./Ontario International Airport on Thursday for
the Inland Empire West End Job Fair.

The fair, in its second year, is a collaboration between the Workforce Investment Board of San Bernardino County and
cities in the western part of the Inland Empire.

“By putting it all together, we’re able to bring in a larger number of businesses, which in turn will help their residents get employed,” said Nick DeMartz, the county’s WIB business- services supervisor.

Employers from the financial services, logistics, medical and security sectors, among others, will be in attendance. About 2,500 job seekers participated in the first fair, but more are expected for this year’s event, DeMartz said.

A free event, the job fair takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the airport’s Old Terminal 1 Building. For more information and to see a list of employers, visit www.RCRDA.us/JobFair.