Interested GeographiesNorth America
Interested IndustriesEducation & Training
Events Participated29 Organized
King of Prussia, United States#Education
Houston, United States#Education
Denver, United States#Education
Bloomington, United States#Education
Austin, United States#Education
Choice as Event Organizer
New York Career Fair
Denver Career Fair
Seattle Career Fair
Dallas Career Fair
Los Angeles Career Fair
2Brian Cusicanqui Reviewed Long Island Career Fair on 08 Dec 2023
Marketing Director at Extrabread
This event lacked vendors/employers. People went out of their way that day expecting opportunities but it was lacking. Don't see the purpose of setting up that kind of venue if there's not real effort invested in it. It's a waste of everyones time.
3Dariana Kamenova Reviewed Indianapolis Career Fair on 19 May 2023
Educator at Job Corps
There weren't as many vendors as I was expecting but I got some good networking.
5Jose Gonzales Reviewed Washington DC Career Fair on 18 Sep 2021
N/A at N/A
I've learned most about making connection wsith new employers throughout the whole fair and to be confident about what placement of work you'd be desired for.
2Michael Polan Reviewed Long Island Career Fair on 03 Feb 2023
Attendee at Self
It would be more valuable if they were more exhibitors and higher level positions available
5Vincent Esposito Reviewed Long Island Career Fair on 21 Aug 2023
Na at Na
They need to have more Job vendors.
1Krystle Winkelman Reviewed Phoenix Career Fair on 20 Oct 2023
Behavioral Health at Helping Hands Health Services
There were only two booths. This was somewhat misleading from the emails received listing several employers and enticing candidates to go to the job fair. Big waste of time.
5Howard Venable Reviewed Dallas Career Fair on 28 Feb 2020
Information Technology at N/a
It’s good to bring resumes and make contacts. The vendors are a good resource for passing your resumes and being an advocate for you when you find a job that may fit you.
4Arleen Corvo Reviewed West Palm Beach Career Fair on 24 Jan 2020
Property Management at AC Management
Came at the last minute due to other obligations but found one employer that may be a prospect, MDVIP, INC.With socialism at our doorstep this may be the new form of Healthcare in America.
4Rashein Lindsey Reviewed Seattle Career Fair on 07 Feb 2020
Sales & Marketing Manager at None
Overall it was a good event, however, I would like to see more companies. The companies that did attend were really good and very nice. I would recommend using this company again.
1E. Bontos Reviewed Baltimore Career Fair on 22 Jun 2019
Transactional/Contract/Real Estate/Training Management at N/A
1)Do Not advertise that MANY employers will attend, when only 6-7 tables show. I attended 2 other of your events this month, and they were quite poorly represented when you advertised otherwise.2) Do not represent that these are professional job fairs when clearly, they are intended for entry-level positions only. I could not find a single professional-level position.3) Do not claim this is a job fair, with interviews on the spot, but when I approach a table, they tell me to go online to find positions. Why would I come to a job fair then? I could easily stay at home and seek online. This of course, makes little sense, when the point to a job fair is to get in front of hiring personnel (at least, it should be). 4) When you provide an avenue on your website to ask a question, then kindly have someone respond to that submitted query in a timely manner. Why did you provide the opportunity to ask the question, if you have no intention of answering--or, if you will answer weeks later? Ag