FREDERICTON JOB FAIR
LIST OF EXHIBITORS
Monday, January 28th, 2019. From 1pm - 3pm.
CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL. 659 Queen St., Fredericton. NB. E3B 1C3
The List of Exhibitors will be updated on daily basis until the day of the Job Fair. Check this page regular for any updates.
Twin Rivers Paper Company follows a market-focused business strategy to target specialty segments where we can deliver sustainable value for our customers. We remain committed to the following business priorities:Protect our people and enhance our communities through working safely, minimizing our environmental impact and partnering with our local communities, Build long-term sustainable growth by achieving profitability through business cycles, Continue our legacy of customized service and product innovation, Challenge current practices and business assumptions to fuel the company with new ideas and sound decision-making, Establish a culture of high achievement by attracting the right people and managing performance at all levels.
Donnelly Farms Ltd., a family-owned and operated business with qualified, professional staff, is dedicated to serving the transportation needs of our many customers. We have been in business since 1979, providing refrigerated freight services across Canada and the United States. Our equipment is up to date and well maintained in our own Wash Bay & Shop Facilities, helping to prevent time lost due to equipment failure. We also have 3200 square feet of dry warehouse facilities to store/transfer product, if needed.
Trucking Company Quick Tour: Trucking Company-AYR Motor Express provides a comprehensive Trucking Company Profile, as well as a full description of the AYR Trucking Equipment, used by AYR Motor Express in operating truckload freight shipping from three strategic, geographical AYR Motor Company Locations. The company offers a wide range of truckload Freight Shipping Services, which are described in detail to assist you in making the decision to order your next freight load service from AYR Motor Express.
The Atlantic Canada Aerospace and Defence Association (ACADA) is a collaborative SME-focused organization representing the interests of the aerospace, defence, marine and security industries in Atlantic Canada. ACADA is comprised of approximately 200 industry members and organizations across Atlantic Canada. For more than 11 years, there has been a partnership with partner provincial associations, industry members, government, and other key stakeholders to facilitate strategic industry development on behalf of the region while promoting the Atlantic Canada brand locally, nationally, and internationally.
The Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) is the leading advocate for tourism issues in the province of New Brunswick. As a representative and industry driven organization, the Association provides leadership and direction, working with partners and stakeholders at the Provincial, Atlantic and National levels to ensure the continued success of a competitive, progressive and sustainable business environment, fostering health and sustained growth to the New Brunswick tourism industry.
Beauceron began in 2015 when a group of cybersecurity experts tasked with protecting the University of New Brunswick decided to try a new approach to measuring, managing and monitoring cyber risk. We believe that to truly tackle cyber risk and to move from cyber(in)security, organizations have to stop treating cybersecurity as an IT-centric problem and instead have to take a human-centric approach. We help organizations to do this by tackling all four major dimensions of cyber risk - People, Process, Culture and Technology.
Accenture solves our clients' toughest challenges by providing unmatched services in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. We partner with more than three-quarters of the Fortune Global 500, driving innovation to improve the way the world works and lives. With expertise across more than 40 industries and all business functions, we deliver transformational outcomes for a demanding new digital world.
We are a national program that refurbish computers donated from government, private business and individuals for use by schools, libraries, registered not-for-profit organizations and First Nations communities. In 1993, an Advisory Committee was created with representatives from various areas of education, Telephone Pioneers, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, libraries and private enterprise to administer the cleaning, refurbishment, and distribution of surplus computer units to schools and libraries. In 1999, the Advisory Committee of CFS-NB incorporated to become Computers for Education Technology New Brunswick Limited.
The Fredericton Homeless Shelters, Inc. is a community organization that works to help individuals experiencing homelessness. The Fredericton Homeless Shelters runs three spaces, St. John House, Grace House for Women and Brunswick Home Transitional Housing. Together, these three shelters work to create a safe and stable housing that promotes self-determination and restores dignity to its residents. With our 23 hour model, our 360 support and holistic transitional planning support we are able to apply the best elements of Housing First within the realities of our region. We are THE agency that changes lives. We believe every person is entitled to a safe place to call home. For those who have no home; we are their home and we are proud of that. We are excited to meet you at the Job Fair!
The OSCO Construction Group is a collection of companies operating in concrete, steel and construction. We have been in business since 1955, and serve a variety of markets throughout Canada, the Eastern US, and the Caribbean. To know more about us, come and meet us at the Fredericton Job Fair!
MFC has a rich history in flight training that dates back to 1929. MFC has trained students from 68 countries and has been recognized internationally for its dedicated focus on quality and safety. With over 85 years of experience as an industry leader, we educate and develop aviation professionals with state-of-the-art curriculum, highly qualified instructors and modern facilities and equipment. These activities are carried out in a safety oriented training environment on a financially viable basis.
Science East is much more than just a science centre – we are the most active public science and technology educational organization in New Brunswick. Science East is a registered charity that works both inside and outside of the school system to reach students, teachers, families, businesses and communities in every region of the province. We provide quality, inquiry-based learning for students, meaningful and engaging workshops for teachers and professionals, as well as fun and educational activities for the public. Our mission is to inspire and inform through hands-on science experiences.
Youth In Transition addresses the needs of at-risk or homeless youth by offering supportive living arrangement in conjunction with a program aimed at increasing their self-esteem and independent living skills. Our residence, Chrysalis House, is a place where personal safety and accessibility to employment, education, and health care are met within a nurturing family-like setting. By modelling a stable home setting where each individual is treated with dignity and respect, Youth In Transition is attempting to reach some of New Brunswick's lost youth.
The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL/ANBIC) is a provincial, non-profit organization that works with and on behalf of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. It is estimated that 22,000 New Brunswickers have an intellectual disability. NBACL receives over 200 requests for assistance every month. Established in 1957, NBACL works to build inclusive communities where children and adults with an intellectual disability can live, learn, work, and play. We work in areas across the lifespan – from early learning and child care to will and estate planning, changing lives, changing communities, and defending rights. At NBACL, we do “whatever it takes, for as long as it takes.”