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Kentucky Wesleyan Career Fair for Employment & Internship Opportunities FT=Full time; PT= Part time; I= Internships

Wednesday, February 25th

 KWC Career, Job and Intern Fair

Rogers Hall 10am-2pm    (for all KWC students, alumni and local high school students)

Careers, part-time seasonal jobs and internship opportunities. Talk with hiring personnel face to face about hiring and intern opportunities within their organization.

 Find out what employers really want!

List of employers updated weekly.

Dress to impress.

No cost to students 
List of Employers and Organizations:
Comfort Keepers FT,PT;        Hampton Inn South & Riverfront FT, PT;

JD Byrider FT, PT;         US Bank FT, PT;

Frantz Bldg. FT, PT;         Rural King FT, PT;

HL Neblett Center PT, I;             Owensboro Police Dept. FT, I;

City of Owensboro PT, FT, I;     Enterprise Rental FT, PT, I;

Fastenal PT, FT, I;              River Valley Behavioral Health FT, PT;

Owensboro Health FT, PT, I;             U S Marines, Officers Program;

Kentucky Wesleyan College   Transamerica Network, FT, I
ScribeAmerica, FT, PT   Kroger, PT
Methodist Hospital, FT,PT,I    TJ Max FT,PT
Chandler  Park Apartments, PT, I

Graduate Schools:

Murray State   Post Secondary Educ. Administration, Student Affairs Grad. Program;

Brescia University  Grad. Programs;

Campbellsville U.  Grad. Programs;  

U of L  Kent School of Social Work Grad Program;

Union College  Grad. Programs;

Bellarmine  College  Grad Prog. ;



Spotlight Career Fair

Thursday, February 26th

Spotlight Career, Job and Intern Fair

2:00-5:30 p.m.        Marriott Griffin Gate

Lexington, Kentucky

For opportunities in the Louisville, Lexington, Frankfort & Georgetown areas

List of employers updated weekly.


Dress to impress.

No cost to students.  Must have an approved resume to attend

USI Teacher Recruitment Fair

University of Southern Indiana
8600 University Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47712
Tuesday, April 14, 2014                                                                                                            Carter Hall, University Center

Professional Development 9:00-10:00

Job fairs are a wonderful place for students and employers to make initial contact, but only if you invest the time to prepare properly. There is an “art” to getting a job through participation in job fairs. Here are a few tips:

Take the event seriously.
It is an interview. You are making that first impression. Only a small percentage will stand out at the end of the event. Make sure you're one of them! Dress for creditability, practice your best handshake, present your winning smile and give good eye contact. Let them know you are serious about this job.

Design the ideal resume.
It should be correct, concise, informative and visually appealing. Most major employers will scan your resume into an automated tracking system that can mean quicker retrieval for current or future interviews. Be sure your resume meets the strict criteria the technology can handle and read. Prepare a resume that will scan well.

Plan your strategies carefully.
Take time before the job fair to find out which companies will be represented and research their products or services. They will think you are inapt if you have not taken time to learn something about their company.

Have a game plan.
Focus on two or three companies you are truly interested in. It's important to do advance research so that you can make a intelligent comment about the company. When you engage a recruit in an intelligent dialogue you stand out. Prepare a two or three line script of yourself. You should try to impress recruiters within the first few minutes of conversation. Maintain good eye contact and offer a firm handshake and a few sentences telling them what they need to know about you. That's the formula that works.

Don't ask the recruiter personal questions.

When you give the recruiter your resume, ask what the next step in the process is.
Send a thank you note immediately.