Who We Are...
Our state-sponsored Connecticut
Career Fairs have a history of providing the most
results-oriented, cost-effective career fairs available
in Connecticut. In 1996, the first ever fair hosted 15
companies and slightly over 100 attendees. Today our
Connecticut Career Fairs host between 60 - 80 companies,
depending on location and venue. The average fee per
booth at our fairs is quite reasonable when compared to
the industry standard. Our fee covers the costs of the
fair including media advertising, printing, mail-outs,
booths, and lunch for employers. Each fair is advertised
through radio and newspaper ads, as well as the
Our Past Success...
The Spring 2018 Career
Fairs, which took place in Manchester, Middlesex, and
East Hartford areas, attracted more than 4,350 attendees.
Over the past year we have assisted more than 5,000 job
seekers and hosted over 320 employers. In the interest of those we serve,
partnerships have been developed with local Chambers of
Commerce, colleges and universities, Workforce
Development Boards and community-based organizations.
These partnerships help to determine the needs of the
people in the local area and how we can meet those
What We Offer...
At each fair, attendees
have the chance to meet with prospective employers, and
can also take advantage of the following services:
- Access to CTHires, our electronic
job matching system, part of the nation’s largest
internet employment service.
- Veterans Services Representatives to
provide assistance and guidance.
- Information on Educational and Job
- Information on employment and
Since many attendees are
employed or not yet displaced from their jobs, we have
the opportunity to publicize all our services should
they need them.
Our Extensive Marketing
Our extensive marketing
campaign consists of Advertising on local radio, social media platforms, newspaper ads, community calendar listings, press releases and newsletter notifications. Thousands of jobseekers are also reached through Twitter, Facebook and email, along with advertisements via the Department of Labor website, American Job Centers, veterans’ centers, local libraries and community organizations. We have received coverage
on our job fairs from news stations such as: Eyewitness
News Channel 3, News Channel 8, NBC 30, and News 12
Connecticut. We advertise on radio stations such as: The
River, WTIC, WRCH, WBMW,Q –105, Star 99, WPLR, WQGN, and
WWYZ. We also maximize our visibility by advertising in
prominent newspapers including: