Melina, a graduating senior, wasn’t sure what to expect from a virtual career fair. When she offered to share her rewarding and comfortable experience with other students and career center hosts, we said, “Yes, please!” The Career Fair Plus team loves success stories. Do you want to share yours? Email us!
During these unprecedented times, many individuals within the business world have had to make adjustments to keep things running smoothly. The same goes for colleges, recruiters, and the entire hiring process. More and more professionals are utilizing virtual career fairs to make connections and find the perfect fits for positions. If you find yourself participating in a virtual career fair for the first time, here are five pointers you should be looking for in candidates to be sure you connect with the best prospects:
If you are looking to start your first job or you are looking to change careers, you might start going to career fairs to learn more about your options. Traditionally, most career fairs have been face-to-face interactions with hundreds of people, but the digital age has made it a lot easier to have virtual career fairs, and despite their novelty, there are many reasons why they might be better than regular career fairs.
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The 2020 pandemic has nudged more and more employers to revamp their hiring strategies. The traditional career fair, generally hosted in a physical space, has now been reinvented as a virtual job fair at scale.