Mid-Atlantic Virtual Job Fair

Consortium of Selective Liberal Arts Colleges

Date: April 2, 2013
Time: 3:00pm EDT to 7:00pm EDT

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Make your next great career move here!

Are you seeking an opportunity to jump-start your career after graduation? The Mid-Atlantic Virtual Job Fair will put you in direct, live conversations with employers from various industries that are looking to hire now! Register now to connect directly in one-on-one text-based chats with recruiters on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 to 7:00 pm EDT.

Why attend?

  • Gain direct access to a number of top employers who are specifically interested in liberal arts majors from “SLAC” consortium schools.
  • Make a great impression on those who actually schedule interviews and make hiring decisions. 
  • Send your resume to the top of the pile by communicating your enthusiasm and knowledge of the organization. 
  • Get YOUR questions answered so that you can decide whether a particular employer would be a good fit for you. 

How will the event work?

After you create an account on the right, flesh it out with a polished resume, Linkedin URL, and professional photo. Check back in late March to see the list of registered employers and associated jobs/internships. When you log back in on April 2nd, you will be put into direct conversations with representatives from major employers, mid-sized regional businesses and non-profits, and small organizations and businesses that are expanding. You will have the opportunity to indicate which recruiters you wish to “speak” with; there won’t be enough time to talk with them all, so do your research and choose carefully! You’ll be placed in a queue for the organizations you selected, and will be put into a text-based conversation with a representative as soon as one is available to chat. Introduce yourself and take it from there! Conversations are limited to 8 minutes; as the clock ticks down be prepared to “close” effectively if you remain interested in an opportunity. Then follow up!

See more about how it works!