Are you ready for the Job Fair?

Find helpful tips and information to prepare yourself for success. 

INFORMATION

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PARKING

FREE parking at

Do NOT park in the CHASE BANK parking lot, or car will be towed at your own expense.

TRANSPORTAION

 

Who's Hiring at the Job Fair?

See who's hiring at the job fair, do your research, and come ready with your questions.

Who is Hiring
For What
Where
AAA Quality Services, Inc.
Yard Labor, Electrician, Welder, Class A Drivers, Security Guards
Farmersville
Advanced Career Institute
CDL Training, Welding Training, General Office, Transportation Faculty
Adventist Health
RN, LVN, CNA, MA, Front Office, Food Service, Dental Assistant
Hanford
Adventist Health
RN, LVN, CNA, MA, Front Office, Food Service, Dental Assistant
All Sun Solutions
Energy Consultant
Fresno
All Sun Solutions
Energy Consultant
BlueScope
Welder, Machine Operators, Material Handlers
Visalia
BlueScope
Welder, Machine Operators, Material Handlers
CENTRAL VALLEY RECOVERY SERVIC
Substance Use Disorder Recovery Specialist
Visalia
California Bioenergy LLC
Biogas Plant Operator, Corporate Paralegal, Project Engineer, Process Engineer/Chemical Engineer, Construction Manager, Construction Superintendent, Sales/Account Manager, Operational Accountant
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WHAT TO BRING

There are several things to consider bringing to the Job Fair in order to help represent yourself to potential employers. 

YOUR PITCH

An elevator speech, or elevator pitch, is a quick and direct way to introduce yourself, your career objective, and how you can meet the requirements for the job. Because job fairs tend to be large events with many businesses, recruiters, and prospective employers, practicing your pitch can allow you to be fully prepared for what you will say when you sit down to speak with prospective employers. Practice how you will introduce yourself and make a lasting impression so you can make your pitch in under 60 seconds.

 
 
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TIPS AND PREP

Take time to prepare for the job fair and learn awesome tips to be ready to impress potential employers. 

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

First impressions are important. Dress conservatively, in the clothes you'd wear on the job. 

  • A manager should wear business suits

  • Office and retail workers should wear dress clothes

  • Trade people should wear work clothes

 

Make sure you look clean, neat, and well-groomed. Iron your clothes, polish or clean your shoes, clean and trim your fingernails, use a breath freshener, use minimal cologne or perfume, use conservative makeup, and minimal jewelry. Oh, and rub a little antiperspirant on your hands for a nice dry handshake. ​

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RESOURCES

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TULARE COUNTY WORKFORCE SYSTEM

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This project is funded by the Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County, an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.