Job seekers are invited to connect with employers at the Winter Career Fair on Wednesday, December 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Globe University-La Crosse commons at 2651 Midwest Drive, Onalaska.Multiple employers will be at the event:
- Gundersen Lutheran
- Logistics Health
- Bio Life
- Coulee Region Humane Society
- Edward Jones
- Massage Envy
- La Crosse Area Police Department
- Bronston Chiropractic
- ABR, and others!
The Career Fair is open to the public and all community members seeking employment are encouraged to attend and meet with local employers. Resume critique will also be available.
“The Career Fair gives job seekers a chance to meet face-to-face with area businesses,” said Carolyn Moe, Globe University’s director of career services. “Attendees will be able to learn about job openings, network with professionals, and connect with a wide variety of local employers. This event is not limited to students. We are very happy to welcome the public to the Career Fair.”
For more information, please contact Carolyn Moe, Globe University director of career services, at email@example.com or 608-779-2600. You can also RSVP online at the Career Fair Facebook event.
5 Career Fair Tips for Job Seekers
- Bring your Resume: Prepared job seekers have clean, well-written, and professional resumes. Sharing your resume is a great way for employers to learn about your qualifications and collect your contact information.
- Dress Professionally: Impress employers with a great first impression. Wear conservative business attire. Suits, button up shirts or blouses, and dress shoes are key for a strong first impression.
- Research Employers: Learn about the companies that are attending the fair. You’ll impress the employers with your knowledge and you’ll appear more interested in joining their team.
- Prepare Questions to Ask: Employers appreciate professional questions at a Career Fair. Prepare questions to learn more about a company and express your interest in the organization.
- Practice your Handshake: Confident handshakes are necessary for a good first impression. Perfect a firm, but not crushing, handshake before the event.