Business Briefs for Sept. 15 through Sept. 21
Park City Job Fair
The Department of Workforce Services is scheduled to host a Park City Job Fair Sept. 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Park City Christian Center located at 1283 Deer Valley Drive. Employers will be seeking new workers for the upcoming winter ski season and will include more than a dozen employers from the local recreation and hospitality industries, including Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort and Canyons Resort.
State accepting applications for science and technology award
The Utah State Advisory Council on Science and Technology is accepting nominations for the 25th annual Governor’s Medal for Science and Technology awards, an annual award presented to Utahns and businesses. Nominations can be made in one of five categories academic, science education, industrial-individual, industry-company and government. To nominate an individual or business, applicants must fill out a one-page form to initiate the process. The form can be accessed at http://business.utah.gov/governors-medals. Nominations should be addressed to Tami Goetz, the Science Advisor for the Governor’s Office of Econmic Development. Nominees must meet specific requirements detailed in the "Procedures and Criteria for Selection" document found at http://business.utah.gov/Procedure-Criteria and must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Sept. 17.
Local opens Sugarhouse Boutique
Katherine Glover Quinlan of Park City recently opened JOLI, a boutique in the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City that carries contemporary apparel, accessories and jewelry. Quinlan said she is committed to offering brands not likely found anywhere else in Salt Lake City or her home town of Park City, according to a press release. The store is located in Highland Park on 1594 E. Stratford Avenue (1575 East and 2585 South).
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