Business Briefs: 3/22 to 3/26
March 21, 2014
Operation Smile raises over $380,000
On Saturday, March 15, Canyons Resort hosted Operation Smile and its Celebrity Ski & Smile Challenge, which raises money for children suffering from facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate. The fundraiser garnered over $380,000 for the charity.
More than a dozen celebrities participated in the event, including Zachary Levi, James Van Der Beek, Kate Walsh and Jason Ritter. The ski team led by actor Jay Harrington and Junior Event Sponsor Steve Rodosky finished with the fastest time.
University of Utah alumni job fair
Alumni of the University of Utah who are seeking employment can do so at the Recruit Salt Lake City Alumni-Only Career Expo on Wednesday, May 14, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Olpin Union Ballroom on campus at 200 S. Central Campus Dr. The event is free beginning at 12:30 p.m., but for VIP Early Access from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., a small fee can be paid online.
More than 90 companies from the Salt Lake City area will be seeking employees with hundreds of positions to fill. To register and see all employers and current open positions, visit http://www.recruitslc14.eventbrite.com.
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Last chance to register for Ski for Life
Canyons Resort is teaming up with the American Cancer Society for their annual Ski for Life Fundraiser scheduled for Saturday, March 29, at the Grand Summit Hotel at 4000 Canyons Resort Dr. This year’s Olympic-themed relay event is now registering team members and taking donations.
As of Friday, March 21, eight teams and 17 participants have raised $7,545. To register a team or donate online, visit http://www.relayforlife.org/skilayut. All registered team members and individuals will receive a discount of $50 off their ski pass for the day.
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