23rd Annual Job & Career Fair
Thursday, April 21, 2016
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Big Bend Community College Job & Career Fair provides a central location for job seekers to meet employers, and a place for visitors to learn about career opportunities. By participating in this event, exhibitors have the opportunity to connect with prospective employees who may help your organization reach its staffing goals. The Job & Career Fair is a partnering event between Big Bend Community College; Moses Lake WorkSource: WA State Employment Security, SkillSource; Adams County Development Council; Grant County Economic Development Council, and other organizations.
Big Bend Community College Grant County
Advanced Technologies Education Center (ATEC)
If you have any questions, please contact Bonnie Jeffery.
Connecting Employers With
Job Seekers and Students
This event is FREE to the public. Come prepared. Dress appropriately and be professional.
Check back for the list of 2015 confirmed exhibitors and event map of exhibitors (updated weekly).
Check back for the resources link for additional tips (updated weekly).
See the Quintessential Careers web site for additional information.
Registration for this event is open and all forms and information updated. If you would like to add your name to our distribution list for future events, contact Bonnie Jeffery509-793-2069 or email email@example.com.
See the Exhibitors link for additional information.
Many participants will be interested in learning about current and future career opportunities with your company. The following are sample questions you may be asked.
- What are your required education skills and experience?
- What are your job descriptions?
- Do you provide training opportunities?
- What are your hiring practices related to women, minorities, etc.?
- What is the salary and benefit ranges for various positions?
General Info About The Event
Last year there were over 1600 visitors, 61 employers, 10 workshops and a variety of college programs who attended this event. Visitors to the Job and Career Fair include:
- Traditional college students, age 18-25
- Older, returning students
- Students with families
- High school students
- Residents with extensive education and/or training beyond the Associate degree level
- Residents seeking training for job advancement
- Residents looking for a career change