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Three Local Tourist Attractions Host Job Fairs

Three Williamsburg tourist attractions are scheduling job fairs the week of May 3 in anticipation of the upcoming summer season.

Colonial Williamsburg will host a Hospitality Fair at the Williamsburg Lodge on Tuesday, May 4 from 1pm to 6pm. Colonial Williamsburg is looking to fill positions in food & beverage, housekeeping, and guest services. Cooks, chefs, bartenders, servers, tavern host/hostesses, front desk attendants, and guest service managers are wanted.

Jobs in retail are also available. For a complete list of Colonial Williamsburg jobs, visit  https://www.colonialwilliamsburg.org/careers/.

Great Wolf Lodge will also host a hiring event on May 4 from 10am to 6pm. A full range of positions are open from housekeeping and entertainment to aquatics and retail. Job applications are also available online at https://jobs.greatwolf.com/.

Meanwhile, Busch Gardens and Water Country USA will hold two more in-person job fairs on Thursday, May 6 from 5pm to 8pm and again on Saturday, May 8 from 9am to 6pm at the Busch Gardens Training Center. For a complete list of available jobs and incentives for both parks, visit https://buschgardens.com/williamsburg/jobs/.

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