Sterling Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio
Sixth Annual Sterling Teen Job Fair Set for Saturday, May 3, 2014
The 6th Annual Sterling Teen Job Fair will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Claude Moore Recreation Center, 46105 Loudoun Park Lane in Sterling. The Rec Center is located in the park off of Cascades Parkway about a half mile north of Church Road in Sterling.
The fair, sponsored by the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services, and Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, will feature a variety of employers in the fields of retail, catering, entertainment, technology and more.
"Thank you to the sponsors, the many Loudoun staff who promote the event, the 150 volunteers who staff the job booths and the hundreds of parents and teens who make each year bigger and bigger," says Supervisor Delgaudio.
The annual event has helped hundreds of Loudoun County teenagers secure jobs for the summer, build their resume, and earn money for college. The event is free and there will also be free refreshments. Volunteers are also needed for the fair.
For more information about the Sterling Teen Job Fair, contact Supervisor Delgaudio’s office at 703-771-5819 or at
Eugene A. Delgaudio was elected to the Board of Supervisors representing the Sterling District in November 1999, and was re-elected in 2003, 2007, and 2011. He serves on the Board's Transportation and Land Use Committee.
He previously served as chairman of the Board's Finance/Government Services Committee, and on the Transportation and Land Use Committee and represented Loudoun County on the Virginia Regional Transportation Association (VRTA), Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, Route 28 Transportation Improvement District Commission, and Potomac Watershed Roundtable. He also formerly represented the Board of Supervisors on the Loudoun County Transportation Safety Committee, Joint Committee of the County of Loudoun and Town of Leesburg, and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee.
He served as Executive Director and is now President of Public Advocate of the U.S., a conservative non-profit organization which supports a program of limited government and reduced taxes. For 10 years he served on the board of directors of the national non-profit organization, Young Americans for Freedom.
He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from York College in New York in 1976. He is a member of Rotary International, and served as secretary of a Cub Scouts pack for five years.
He and his wife Sheila have six children.