Student clubs and organizations are often-overlooked resources for marketing events. Most college campuses have hundreds of these organizations that often attract the brightest and most ambitious students at a university. Involving student clubs is a highly-effective and inexpensive way to promote a college career fair.
There are so many opportunities to promote your career fair that it can be challenging to figure out where to start. A mobile app like Career Fair Plus can simplify the process by giving you a roadmap based on the lessons we’ve learned from promoting more than 1000 college career fairs. Let’s look at some of the ways a mobile app can help with career fair promotion.
Hosting a career fair on your campus is a great way to let students and employers meet and exchange information about career opportunities. Employers enjoy the advantage of meeting prospective interns and employees in person. Students can practice professional behavior and network with recruiters. So how do you go about hosting an event on your campus?
Career fairs are staples on many college calendars. Students meet representatives and begin to plan the next step in their lives. But what makes a college career fair successful? It depends on what you are trying to accomplish. At Career Fair Plus, we've helped many schools plan successful career fairs. Here are 5 things to consider before hosting a college career fair.
Does the day of the week matter when scheduling a job fair? Most experienced hosts recommend avoiding Mondays and Fridays. The middle of the week tends to be better for student turnout. Recruiters also prefer the middle of the week. Let's run through the options to find a day that works for recruiters and students.