Save Time Planning Your Career Fair With The Booth Assignment Tool

Posted by Career Fair Plus on Oct 24, 2019 12:41:20 PM

Here at Career Fair Plus, we get a lot of satisfaction from listening to our customers and providing career fair technology solutions that solve real problems. Our entire service is built around saving career fair organizers time while improving outcomes for their job seekers. A great example is our Booth Assignment Tool. Customers tell it us saves them anywhere from 3 hours to 3 days worth of work when planning their fair. The biggest benefits of the Booth Assignment Tool are:

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Topics: Career Fair, Hosting, Technology, career services, Time Saving

4 Tips For Gen Z To Land Their First Job

Posted by Career Fair Plus on Aug 14, 2019 3:38:00 PM

With the oldest people of Generation Z being born in 1995, it’s time for our youngest generation to hit the job market. Finishing up college and truly being out on your own can be scary, and trying to find a job on top of that isn’t easy. The entry-level job market is a hard one to break into, so we are lending a hand with tips on how you can land your first job.

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Topics: Career Fair, career fair planning

Want More Students to Use Career Fair Plus? Try This!

Posted by Career Fair Plus on Aug 5, 2019 9:30:00 AM

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Topics: job fair, Career Fair Plus, adoption, attendance, web view

How To Dress For An Interview

Posted by Career Fair Plus on Jul 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

When you are on the job hunt, it’s important to have an interview look in mind for the career you’re going after. Whether you’re applying to an entry-level position or you’re looking to become CEO, there’s a lot of tips to take into consideration if you want to be seen as a serious candidate from the moment you walk in the door.

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Topics: Career Fair, Attending Career Fairs, Recruiting Fair, job fair, Career Fair Plus, career services

Your University Could Be One Click Away from a Lawsuit

Posted by Career Fair Plus on Jul 2, 2019 9:30:00 AM

While the title of this article may sound like click-bait, the threat is very real. In November 2018, fifty colleges were hit with a lawsuit alleging they discriminated against students with disabilities and thereby violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The culprit: a missing snippet of code on their admissions websites called an alt tag.

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Topics: Accessibility