CHARLESTON, W. Va. (WSAZ) -- It may still be cold and snowy outside, but the West Virginia Power is already looking for summertime workers.
Saturday morning, the baseball team held its annual job fair at the Charleston Town Center.
Organizers said they're looking to fill as many as 150 part-time positions, including concessions and ticket stands.
They said this year is their 10th season and they want to make sure it's better than ever.
"It's not just about the baseball, it's a true entertainment venue and we need people to help us staff it over the course of the year," said West Virginia Power Marketing and Media Director, Adam Marco.
Organizers said they interviewed about 60 people in the first two hours.
If you weren't able to make it, they said you can still apply in person at the stadium or on their website at: http://www.wvpower.com.