As you plan your promotion of the next career fair, for your career services department, you are likely thinking about the ways available to get your message out. In our modern world, there are more and more ways to advertise. Our first instinct is to post on social media or send out an email blast - but what happened to traditional career fair promotion? While you create your Facebook events and craft compelling Instagram posts, keep in mind old-school methods, such as fliers, radio ads, and television spots.
We hear your requests, and we are delivering! One of the most exciting new developments from Career Fair Plus is the launch of Skip The Line. Already receiving great reviews from students, employers, and career service departments, Career Fair Plus wants to give you the scoop and an inside look at our favorite new feature!
Topics: Skip The Line
Depending on your location, you may find yourself surrounded by upcoming job fairs. Some towns with several colleges or universities in the area may all be putting on job fairs around the same time. For those who find themselves in this particular situation, you may need to figure out which job fairs to make your priority.
Topics: Attending Career Fairs
As you prepare for your first college career fair, you wonder what it’s going to be like. Will it be packed? Will students be able to find their ways around? And most importantly, will this be a good place for students to find jobs? Career fairs can be successful for students and recruiters - some more than others.
You’ve had it marked on the calendar for months now. The day is quickly creeping up and suddenly you’re faced with stress, nervousness, and probably a lot of questions. Before the big day gets any closer, it’s time to start preparing to attend a career fair.