Reverse Job Fair - September 17, 2013

Job Seekers, are you tired of sending resume after resume with little to no feedback? Would you like an opportunity to sell yourself, in person, to hiring employers? We have the answer!

A Reverse Job Fair gives you the opportunity to meet, face to face, with local hiring employers. The Employer can spend anywhere from 5 minutes to the entire Job Fair, walking the event and talking to qualified candidates (like yourself) to ensure a good fit and discuss your qualifications on the spot! It is a coordinated event. You will be prepared to market yourself to potential employers through real-world interaction with local business professionals and by attending resume, portfolio, and interviewing workshops - showing your dedication to finding a job!

 

Montgomery County Job Center, 1111 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd., in Dayton on September 17th, 2013

Contact Angel Gooden for details:

(937) 285-9745

 

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