Connections is for people aged 14 to 25 years, and will host stalls manned by universities, colleges and alternative schools.
There will also be hands-on demonstrations of first-aid, hairdressing, bricklaying and welding.
The event, on Thursday, May 28, is designed to help young people determine their career pathways.
�The Connections session is a terrific initiative that the Zone Youth Space and the City of Kwinana are happy to support along with other leading providers such as National Disability Services, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA, the City of Rockingham, and health and educational providers,� Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams said.
A job board will also be available on the day with real job opportunities.
Attendees can take an online survey prior to the event to determine what career would suit them by heading to www.joboutlook.gov.au/|careerquiz.aspx.
All those who take the survey have a chance to win one of two iPad minis.