During the last Virtual Career Fair, exhibitors included NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy.
The National Security Agency (NSA), which leads the U.S. Government in cryptology that encompasses signals intelligence and cyber-security products and services, was looking for computer scientists and engineers, as was Oak Ridge Laboratory, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
Save the date: August 27, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST
A virtual career fair is an online event where recruiters meet job seekers through chat rooms and teleconferencing. You can present resumes, meet employers, and conduct live interviews.
How does the CCG Virtual Career Fair work?
Virtual career fairs allow employers to create their booth with the help of a project manager. Online assistance is available throughout the event. Students are organized on campuses across the country to register for the career fair and upload their resumes. Employers have access to the database of resumes before the live event and schedule job seekers for interviews. Job seekers logged into the virtual career fair at the scheduled time and date of one of the upcoming events get access to booths and online job search resources. Following the live event, access to the resume database will be available for 30 days.
What are the advantages of the CCG Virtual Career Fair?
Virtual career fairs allow STEM students, recruiters, and professionals to virtually visit exhibits and have live one-on-one interviews, with the tools to find the perfect candidates. Each recruiter can chat with up to four candidates at once. Also, organizations have a group chat room for candidates visiting virtual booths.
Why the CCG Virtual Career Fair makes sense
CCG has a proven track record of being able to connect students and professionals with corporate and federal employers. We have placed tens of thousands of students and professionals in careers in the military, the federal government, education, and industry.