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Idaho National Laboratory to host bilingual job recruiting event in Caldwell

By: - October 11, 2023 4:00 am
Idaho National Laboratory job fair at ISU

Idaho National Laboratory Sin Límites is a bilingual job recruiting event. Last year, the laboratory held the event at Idaho State University. This year is the first time the laboratory is hosting the event in the Treasure Valley. (Courtesy of Idaho National Laboratory)

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The Idaho National Laboratory is hosting a bilingual recruiting event Saturday in a partnership with the College of Idaho, PODER of Idaho and Idaho Central Credit Union, according to a press release.

Recruiters at the event, “INL Sin Límites,” will provide information in Spanish and English about careers at the laboratory, English language courses, GED preparation, and internship opportunities for college students.

When: 12-3 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 14

Where: College of Idaho, Kathryn Albertson International Center, Caldwell

The event is free and open to the public, though registration is requested through this online form. People interested in learning more about careers at the laboratory are encouraged to attend. 

Food and drinks will be provided at the event. 

The event is the latest in a series of Spanish language recruiting events hosted by the laboratory, and it is the first to take place in the Treasure Valley.


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Mia Maldonado
Mia Maldonado

Mia Maldonado joined the Idaho Capital Sun after working as a breaking news reporter at the Idaho Statesman covering stories related to crime, education, growth and politics. She previously interned at the Idaho Capital Sun through the Voces Internship of Idaho, an equity-driven program for young Latinos to work in Idaho news. Born and raised in Coeur d'Alene, Mia moved to the Treasure Valley for college where she graduated from the College of Idaho with a bachelor's degree in Spanish and international political economy.