Job Fair continues to grow

The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo

Anuhea Gabriel, a Minit Stop human resources associate, interviews Brandon DeCambra on Friday morning during Ka Lima O Maui’s sixth annual Job Fair at the Velma McWayne Santos Community Center in Wailuku. Ka Lima O Maui Executive Director Chantal Ratte said that the event drew 32 businesses and more than 200 job hunters, compared to 10 businesses and less than 50 job seekers in the first year. “We’re happy with the turnout,” Ratte said. “Everybody’s looking for employees.” She said Ka Lima provides job opportunities for “people of all abilities.”