There will be some great employers at the October 31st Cincinnati Works Job Fair, including the companies below!
To learn more about the job fair and to register, click here
Check out the links below to some of their open jobs- great way to prepare in advance for success at the job fair! Get to know the employers, review their job info, and keep asking/answering questions here on Jobcase to help yourself to be the best prepared that you can be!... see more
Define Your Life By Setting Goals
Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the fuel to our journey. It is very important that we realize the significance and importance of goal-setting and apply this practice in our life.
Goals are a conscious decision you make to help you clearly define and understand where you are and where you want to be. Setting goals gives you a defined purpose and a road-map to get there.
This article will try... see more
One of the most common and difficult questions asked during an interview or at a job fair is...
Can you tell me about yourself?
Similar questions are:
-Why should we hire you?
-Why do you want the job?
-What is it about us that makes you want to work here?
Just know that employers are not looking for you to actually tell them about your personal life, like your favorite shows or how awesome your spouse is. They are expecting you to tell them... see more
Here are some of the employers you can expect to see at the Cincinnati job fair NEXT WEEK on Tuesday, March 5th from 1:00pm - 4:00pm.
Located at: The Cintas Center
1624 Herald Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207
We suggest you take a peek and then look into each company to see which positions they are currently offering. While you are on their website take a few moments to check out their mission as well as any past employee reviews.
This will help you... see more
Check out these tips to make sure you are ready for the job fair on March 5th!
It's coming soon!
-Lay out your clothing the night before. By planning ahead you don’t have to scramble trying to find something in the morning. Also, be sure it's clean and wrinkle-free. Check out some tips on what to wear here.
-Grab those resumes. Pack at least 50 copies and place them in a folder, or notebook and then tuck them away in a bag. Just make sure your... see more
Check out these tips to make sure you are all set for the job fair on March 5th!
-Lay out your clothing the night before.
By planning ahead you don’t have to scramble trying to find something in the morning. Also, be sure it's clean and wrinkle-free. Check out some tips on what to wear here.
-Grab those resumes.
Pack at least 50 copies and place them in a folder, or notebook and then tuck them away in a bag. Just make sure your resumes are... see more
Instead of sitting quietly, building a rapport with your interviewers before getting into the nitty-gritty details of the job can give you a major competitive edge over other candidates. Plus the interview will feel more like a friendly conversation which can certainly help calm those nerves (bonus)!
The key is to find something in common, and when in doubt always bring it back to the interviewer and the company. Remember, it's less about you... see more
Have you ever attended a job fair or a hiring event?
If you haven’t, here’s what you can expect and how to prepare yourself!
Think of the event as a formal interview
It's important to treat the event just like a formal onsite job interview, so make sure to prepare! You can do this by researching the company or companies, practicing your elevator pitch and answering questions, knowing which roles you want to apply to, and dressing as you would... see more
What kinds of things should I ask during a job fair? Do I just introduce myself and that's it? Any help is appreciated, thank you!
Interviews and job fairs are a great time to share your traits with employers, but rather than say
I am a people person OR
I am a hard worker, etc. include those details in a story and provide examples to WOW them!
• Prepare 3 or 5 stories in advance by mapping out exactly what you want to share and what you want the employer to know about you.
• When you mention a trait back it up with a specific example and prove it.
• Don't ramble... see more