Job Fairs

Spring 2022 In Person and Virtual Job Fair Registration

You are cordially invited to join us for our Spring 2022  In-Person Job Fair on Tuesday March 15th from 10am-2pm as well the Virtual Job  Fair on Thursday March 17th from 10am-2pm. We are excited to welcome 50 employers to attend our in-person fair. Make sure to register quickly as spots are filling up!  The registration fee is $275 for one day at the in-person fair, or $300.00 for both days (virtual and in-person). The virtual fair only day is $75.00.

Context for Salt Lake Community College Job Fairs

  • Students are looking for part-time and full-time opportunities to help pay for school and cost of living.
  • Many students are "shopping" around for jobs and companies to fit their needs and personal values.
  • Students top three priorities according recent data is- 1. companies who actively value diverse, inclusive, and equitable practices, 2. companies who offer flexible hours, and 3. companies who minimally pay $14.00 an hour. 
  • It is important to note that we call these all major fairs a job fair, not a career fair. Students are not always looking for a lifelong career at these events.
  • Some students may be required to participate in an in-person fair for a class assignment.
  • Speaking Spanish and recruiting in Spanish is highly encouraged! 

The last day to pay and register is March 4th or until we hit capacity.

Tips for Signing Up for & Managing Virtual Fair Sessions

Signing Up for & Managing Virtual Fair Sessions – Handshake Help Center (joinhandshake.com)

Tips for Recruiting Students Virtually via Handshake

https://support.joinhandshake.com/hc/en-us/articles/360044670814-Tips-for-Recruiting-Virtually-

COVID Safety Precautions:

  • We are capping the Spring 2022 fair at 50 tables with no more than 2 staff per table (rotating employees to staff tables is fine).
  • Tables will be sanitized prior to employer set-up.
  • Masks and sanitizers will be available.
  • Masks must be worn at all times.
  • No congregating or shaking of hands.
  • Please be respectful of students and other employers who may be at a different comfort level than you.