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STLCC to Virtually Connect Community to Career Opportunities

Wednesday, November 4, 2020


STLCC Virtual Career FairSt. Louis Community College will host a virtual career fair to connect the community with potential employers for full- and part-time positions.

While a virtual career fair may seem different at first, in the most important ways, it’s like a regular fair – employers are seeking great candidates and you are seeking a great job. Instead of meeting in person, you will interact over video.

The STLCC Fall 2020 Virtual Career Fair is free to attend for college students and community members.

Companies representing healthcare, banking and finance, retail, nonprofit organizations, information technology, state and local government, hospitality and other fields are expected to participate.

Nov. 18, 1-3 p.m.

St. Louis Community College
Fall 2020 Virtual Career Fair
To participate, please RSVP.

Employers include Abbott EMS, Ameristar Casino Resort Spa, Animal Medical Center of Mid-America, Assistance Home Care, Benchmark Human Services, Compassionate Nursing Services, Easterseals Midwest, Entercom Communications, Focal Pointe Outdoor Solutions, Inc., Fresenius Medical Care North America, General Motors, KFUO Radio, Lumiere Place Casino and Hotels, Lutheran Senior Services, Metabolic Meals, Missouri Army National Guard, Missouri State Highway Patrol, NHC-National HealthCare Corporation, QuikTrip, Raising Cane’s USA, LLC, Randstad, Scotts, Special School District of St. Louis County, Spectrum, SSM Health, St. Louis County Police Department, St. Louis Metropolitan Police and Unleashing Potential.

How to Prepare for a Virtual Career Fair

There are a few tips that can help you prepare for the virtual career fair experience:

  • Use a stable device
  • Check your Wi-Fi or internet connection
  • Inspect your background and lighting
  • Dress professionally
  • Turn off notifications
  • Have your resume on hand
  • Pick your chat strategy -- Group vs. 1-on-1
  • Research and plan ahead of time
  • Arrive on time
  • Take notes
  • Apply to jobs
  • Send thank you notes

For questions or more information about the STLCC Virtual Career Fair, contact Julia Price, career specialist, at 314-644-9674 or send an email to careerdevelopment@stlcc.edu.

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