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How to “Work”” a Job Fair – get an offer~
October 25, 2022 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
turn your next Job Fair into a tool to get noticed, and get hired.
Learn how find virtual and in-person job fairs and how to interact effectively with recruiters:
- Review employer job postings ─before the Job Fair
- Customize your resume ─to the skills and experience the employer is looking for
- Sell yourself to recruiters ─ discuss how your skills and experience match the job
- Follow up — get the recruiter’s contact information and send a thank you note afterwards
It’s your choice to learn how to turn your next Job Fair into a tool to get noticed, called back and hired.
Next job fairs:
10/26 – in person Wheeling – Details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/444008711007
10/28 – in person Palatine – Details here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/405515998267
- Registration closes at 7pm the day prior to workshop.
- Your meeting access link will be emailed the morning of the event.
- If you do NOT IMMEDIATELY RECEIVE your ticket confirmation upon registration – PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.
- Please plan to arrive 5 minutes early to ensure that you are able to access the online meeting.
- If you are having trouble logging in – – DON’T PANIC – try calling into the meeting using the phone number that is emailed to you along with your meeting access link.
Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
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