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Make the most of the next job fair you attend!

 

Whether this is your first time attending this type of event or you’ve got some experience, we’ve got four tip sheets that could give you a competitive edge.

  • What to Expect at a Job Fair has helpful tips on the types of employer representatives you might encounter, what you should bring in addition to your résumé and why you shouldn’t be discouraged by large crowds.

  • What to Wear to a Job Fair explains how to dress for success, why clothes matter and what you can do to “look the part.”

  • How to Interact with Employers provides simple tips on making the best impression and even how to get leads from fellow job fair attendees.

  • Interviewing at a Job Fair demonstrates how to prepare before the event, why “practice makes perfect” and what you can do to make a good impression.

For a calendar of upcoming job fairs and employer recruitments, check out www.dlt.ri.gov/bwc/events.htm.

We wish you every success!



 
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