Are you ready for the Job Fair?
Find helpful tips and information to prepare yourself for success.
Who's Hiring at the Job Fair?
See who's hiring at the job fair, do your research, and come ready with your questions.
California Dairies, Inc.
Career Development Institute
Educational Training Provider: Office Automation, Building Maintenance, Front Office Medical Assistant, Forklift Training and Online Classes as well
College of the Sequoias
Welders, Industrial Maintenance, Automation, Automotive, Construction, Technology, Pharmacy, Graphic Design, Culinary, Commercial Music, more
Please provide a list of the job titles that you may be hiring for.:
WHAT TO BRING
There are several things to consider bringing to the Job Fair in order to help represent yourself to potential employers.
If you have business cards, consider bringing them to the job fair. Your cards should have your full name, phone number, and email address or other contact information, and you can even include a job title, a brief mission statement or another qualifying description on your business card.
Give your business card to companies of interest and companies you are interested in but do not have open positions that fit your qualifications. You may explain the job role you're looking for and ask to keep in contact if something opens up. The prospective employer will then have your contact information should a job open up.
TIPS + PREP
Take time to prepare for the Job Fair.
Learn awesome tips and feel confident and 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.
This project is funded in part by the Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.