Friday, February 22, 2013

The National Job Fair & Training Expo

22nd edition returns to Toronto, April 3 and 4, 2013.

Jump-start your future or get yourself ready to change it at Ontario’s largest and most comprehensive recruitment event. Your are invited to attend The National Job Fair & Training Expo, the most popular, well-known and productive job/career fair open to the general public in Ontario. Candidates will meet employers that will offer jobs and other organizations that are dedicated to help them find one. The 2013 Spring Fair will be faithful to the tradition by presenting an event that is expected to showcases more than 150 booths with companies from the GTA, outlying regions in Ontario such as Sarnia/Lambton, Kingston and Timmins, other provinces such as British Columbia (Prince George region), Saskatchewan, Alberta and New Brunswick and other regions of the world such as Asia. There will be career opportunities in a wide variety of sectors.

An estimated 500 recruiters, career specialists, HR professionals and admissions officers will be available on the spot to speak to the 8,000 to 10,000 candidates expected in attendance, which makes The National Job Fair & Training Expo the most important and anticipated recruitment event in the spring of 2013 in the Greater Toronto Area and in Ontario.

The Fair is made of five pavilions: 
Employment, Training & Education, Career Services, Entrepreneurship and International (study & work abroad), plus various free service centres such as Resume Professional Assessment Centre (private resumé critique and career assessment sessions), New Canadians Employment Consulting Centre (private sessions), Public Presentations, Entrepreneurship Seminars, Career Posting Zone and Documentation Centre. When planning your visit, remember that each exhibitor is unique. Some will offer one or a combination of the following: job opportunities; self-employment and small business opportunities and/or entrepreneurship services; training and/or education programs; and career services. Check out all offers when visiting an exhibitor’s booth so you don’t miss out on any opportunities that would support your career needs and goals. Admission is $4.95 per person.

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