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updated: 3/9/2014 2:32 AM

Teen Job Fair held at Arlington Hts. library

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  • Morgan Buckley, left, and Camille Carso, both 16-year-old Hersey High School students who live in Arlington Heights, speak with Candice Cunningham, superintendent of operations for the North Suburban Special Recreation Association, during the Teen Job Fair Saturday at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.

       Morgan Buckley, left, and Camille Carso, both 16-year-old Hersey High School students who live in Arlington Heights, speak with Candice Cunningham, superintendent of operations for the North Suburban Special Recreation Association, during the Teen Job Fair Saturday at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Lizbeth Melgoza, 15, left, and Vivian Tran, 16, both Hersey High School students from Mount Prospect, visit with Tom Spicer, teen services supervisor for the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, during the Teen Job Fair on Saturday at the library.

       Lizbeth Melgoza, 15, left, and Vivian Tran, 16, both Hersey High School students from Mount Prospect, visit with Tom Spicer, teen services supervisor for the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, during the Teen Job Fair on Saturday at the library.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
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The Arlington Heights Youth Commission teamed up with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library for the village's second annual Teen Job Fair on Saturday.

Twenty businesses were present, with tables arranged around the walls of an upstairs meeting room.

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"Most of them are local Arlington Heights businesses here to connect with local Arlington Heights teens," said Kari Olson, a volunteer on the Arlington Heights youth commission.

Olson said that large corporations, such as Target, Jewel, Mariano's and Chipotle were present, as well as smaller businesses, park districts, school districts and special recreation associations.

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