Career Fairs

Career Fairs

Following are three (3) upcoming hiring events across the US.  Go get your new job!

December 5 – 9, 2016

Massachussetts & New Hampshire Broadcasters Virtual Job Fair

To participate, visit www.nahb .org.

December 7, 2016

Joyce Brooks Center
Enter at Door 36Mahoning County Regional Substitute Teacher Job Fair in Canfield, OH

REGISTER | bit.ly…

Will conduct on-site interviews

Bring Resume

Choice Career Fairs will interview interested job seekers on Thursday, December 8, 2016

You’ll meet face-to-face with hiring decision-makers from some of the areas top employers. Dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes, because they’re here to hire.

Walk in and start interviewing, it’s that simple. Save time, money and effort interviewing with multiple companies in one day at one location. Many of these companies have several openings and are eager to meet with you. You’re no longer just a piece of paper. Attend the career fair and get infront of decision makers.

What are you waiting for?… Let us know you’re coming and register today

Company / Sponsored by Choice Career Fairs
Venue Holiday Inn – Atlanta – Perimeter #4386
Address 4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd.
Atlanta Georgia 30341
City Atlanta
State GA
Website (additional information) choicecareerfairs.com…

source:  www.jobfairsin.com

Author: FirstWeb

FirstWeb
Who Is Cynthia B. Okonkwo? I am a wife and a mom who is a people person by heart. I live in metro-Atlanta and work as a Human Resources professional and have over twenty-four years experience in the field. My experience includes Compensation, Training, Recruiting, Employee Relations, Benefits, and Selection Procedure Development; however, Employee Relations is my passion because I enjoy interacting with others and helping them to solve problems. I became interested in Human Resources while on a work-study assignment during my sophomore year in undergraduate school. I chose management as my major because I was not quite certain what I wanted to do after college and I knew that an off-shoot of Business Administration was a safe, general choice that could help me get into a number of career fields. My work-study assignment was as an assistant to the campus Director of Career Services. There, I learned to make cold calls to area businesses to seek out employment opportunities for students and alumni. I also learned how to format vacancy announcements and resumes. Since writing had always been one of my strengths, I enjoyed my assignment so much that I requested to be reassigned to that department for most of the remainder of my undergraduate career. My Director also provided resources on job interview preparation and she allowed me to type resumes for students who did not have one and charge $1 per page to make a few extra bucks. I got a full-time job immediately after graduation, but it wasn’t in Human Resources; however, I had a Vice President who took me under his wings and allowed me to review employment applications for job openings at the Distribution Center where I worked, so this helped to strengthen my resume. It took me about two and a half years to secure my first full-time job in the field of human resources where I became a trained test developer for the State’s Government Merit System. From there my career has continued to grow. My blog was born out of my desire to write a book that provides practical job search tips and advice, from a spiritual, holistic perspective. After having drafted about three chapters, I got busy with grad school and obtained my MBA; got married and started a family. In 2013, I became SPHR (Sr. Professional in Human Resources) certified. I started seeing other people’s blogs, became interested and thought that blogging might be a great alternative, or spring board to completing my book, so here we are today. My sincere hope is that what I write will help someone. Enjoy!

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