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Registration opens in March 2017 for employers. Fees are $95 (profit) and $70 (non-profit).
The Job Fair is the perfect place to network and get work.
Each year on the first Friday in May, St. Charles Community College is the site of a job fair. This is an opportunity for employers, students, and community members to meet face-to-face. The SCC Job Fair is free and open to the public for job-seekers.
Job Fair 2017
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, May 5, 2017
SCC College Center
"Best I have ever visited. Well done!"
"This job fair gave me the tools to start a career with a potential company. Thanks."
"An awesome experience and I truly enjoyed it and made some excellent contacts."
Call 636-922-8243 for more information about Job Fair 2017.
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Career Services Manager
Jenny Hahn Schnipper,
Want to know who will be at Job Fair? A list of employers will be available online beginning March 15, 2017.
Job Fair Hints for Job Seekers
Preparation will set you apart from the crowd at a job fair.
- Have your resume ready and easily accessible.
Give your resume to potential employers. Use it to show your knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Use a smile, a strong handshake and a positive attitude.
Make a good first impression. Show your enthusiasm. When you approach an employer, smile and offer your hand when you introduce yourself.
- Have a quick "30-second" sales pitch about yourself.
When you hand an employer your resume, be prepared to elaborate on it. Tell the employer what you are currently doing (i.e. college and major, work experience), what your skills are, and why you are interested in working for this company.
- Read the attached information about the company.
Know the company’s needs so you can discuss how you can meet them.
- Many employers will only accept applications using the Internet.
Do not get discouraged! Use your time to meet the representative, learn about the company and what positions are currently available, and to learn about the process for applying to positions.
- Keep your energy up!
Every table you stop at is a potential job opportunity. Keep yourself refreshed and ready to introduce yourself multiple times.
- Go to each employer as an individual.
Job fairs are not like the mall. Cruise around by yourself, not as a group. If you walk around by yourself, you are more likely to interact with employers.
- Pick up business cards from the employers you meet.
Use the business cards to write follow-up notes to those companies in which you are most interested.
- Take notes about each employer in which you are interested.
After you leave each table, take a few minutes to jot down important details. Include the names of people you met who may not have had business cards.
- Pick up information from the tables.
You will want to take time after the job fair to review company information, especially if you are scheduled for an interview. Take time at the job fair to meet employers; read more about them later.
- Learn from this experience.
A job fair gives you the opportunity to practice your interview skills in a less formal environment. After the job fair, review what you did well. Remember these things, as you get ready for future interviews.
Registration Fee Includes:
- Your table set-up (2 1/2'x 6')
- Two chairs
- Continental breakfast
- Up to two box lunches
- All advertising for the event
Martha Toebben (636-922-8243) and Jenny Hahn Schnipper (636-922-8244)
St. Charles County – Missouri Career Center, 212 Turner Blvd., St. Peters, Mo.
Lori Myers (636-255-6060), Audrey Matranga and Vicki Swartzenberg
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, 3737 Harry S. Truman Blvd., Suite 400, St. Charles, Mo.
Chris Howrey (636-940-3308)