Career changers, unemployed persons, veteran and college students looking for work in finance, marketing, health care, and all types of business operations should make room in their schedules Tuesday March 18 and Wednesday March 19, 2014 to come to the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Here’s what you can do:
1) Every job seeker could use a second opinion on their resume, cover letters, elevator speech, or other job search tools. Come to the Career Service Center on Tuesday March 18 and receive free one-on-one from an experienced job coach.
Take this time to improve your resume, practice your interview questions, or get clarity on your next career move. This is a unique opportunity to get personal job coaching – for free.
2) After you polish your resume and practice interviewing at the Career Service Center on Tuesday or early Wednesday, go down the hall to the Career Fair and meet with more than 50 employers ready to hire you. These Career Fair exhibitors represent some of the country’s most well respected financial institutions, health care providers, government agencies, and corporations.
Use this opportunity to introduce yourself to your target employers and help them to know you as a qualified candidate, not just a resume.
The Career Service Center and the Career Fair are free events for veterans and job seekers who have or are pursuing college degrees. Both events are held in conjunction with the 2014 Forum on Workplace Inclusion Conference March 18-20 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.