If you require special accommodations to attend this event, please contact Rhonda at 218-302-8406.
Exhibitor Registration Info
Find local talent when you register today! Those who register after Wednesday, March 14, will not be included in the exhibitor directory.
Exhibitor Fee: $150
Fee includes one (1) 8' x 10' exhibit booth with one (1) 6' skirted table, two (2) chairs, one (1) ID sign, wastebasket, two (2) lunch tickets.
Premier Exhibitor Fee: $300
Fee includes one (1) 10' x 10' exhibit booth in a prime location with one (1) 8' skirted table, two (2) chairs, one (1) ID sign, wastebasket, two (2) lunch tickets.
Parking Lot Sponsor/Premier Exhibitor Fee: $500
Fee includes one (1) 10' x 10' exhibit booth with booth selections #1 and #2 reserved with one (1) 8' skirted table, two (2) chairs, one (1) ID sign, wastebasket, four (4) lunch tickets.
For those that require an accommodation to attend this event, contact Eveline Martinez at email@example.com by April 6.
Parking Lot Sponsors
MN Army National Guard
Full-time and Part-time.
Full time: Claims Representative Associate, Customer Service Advocate, Enrollment and Eligibility Representatives, Collection Representative.
A little preparation can help you make the best of the Job Fair. Use these tips to make your visit a success.
Take Your Time
The job fair is an rare opportunity to meet people face-to-face without an appointment. Take full advantage. Plan to stick around. Talk to as many company representatives as possible. Collect information on every employer that interests you.
Make a Good First Impression
Dress as you would for an interview
Display a positive, can-do attitude
Smile, make eye contact, and give a firm handshake
Be courteous, polite and likable
Show that your are willing and motivated to learn and grow
Know Yourself and Your Skills
Develop a 20-second that includes your work background, related skills and training and areas of interest
End your introduction with a question for the recruiter, to help start a conversation
Practice delivering your introduction slowly and clearly, with enthusiasm and a smile
Offer a copy of your resume or business card
Research your targeted companies before you attend the fair
Know the schedules that you're able to work
About prospective jobs
About the application processes
Get the names of key contact personnel within targeted companies
Offer to complete an application during the fair OR ask when you could return a completed application in person
Ask when an interview might be possible
Establish a follow-up time to contact employers of interest
Don't Ask About Salary or Benefits at the Fair
Focus on finding out more about the company and prospective jobs
Establish how you would be an asset to the company
Follow Up with Companies
Send a cover letter and another copy of your resume
Tailor the documents to reflect your conversation with the recruiter
Double-check spelling, especially of names
Being organized, prepared, personable and confident help you be memorable for all the right reasons