Another Job Fair Listed by 22nd Annual Louisville Career Expo


Eastside Neighborhood Employment Job FairWednesday, March 23, 2016
22nd Annual Louisville Career Expo
Kentucky International Convention Center
There will be many workshops for jobseekers offered at this event. This career fair is scheduled for 10-3pm
Exhibit Hall 1A&1B
221 S 4th Street
Louisville, Kentucky

List of employers participating:
Amazon, Ann Inc., AutoZone, BB&T, Bridges to Opportunities & Kentucky State University, CareSource, CEVA Logistics, Charter Communications, Computershare, Crowne Plaza, Dakkota Integrated Systems, Elwood Staffing, Enterprise Holdings, Fayette County Public Schools, First Capital Bank of Kentucky, Gannett Courier-Journal Media, Gilt Groupe, Good Samaritan Society Jeffersontown, Hall Contracting of Kentucky Inc., Home Instead Senior Care, Horseshoe Casino & Hotel, Humana, IN/KY/OH Regional Council of Carpenters & illwrights, Indiana Tech, Indiana Wesleyan University, Integrated Manufacturing & Assembly, Jefferson County Public Schools, Job News, Kelly Services, KentuckianaWorks, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance, Kentucky Lottery Corporation, KentuckyOne Health, Kentucky Telco Federal Credit Union, Kroger, kynect: Kentucky Healthcare Connection, Learning House, Inc., LG&E-KU, Louisville Metro Government, Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District, Louisville Urban League, Lowe's Home Improvement, Malone Solutions, Marriott Louisville Downtown, Monument Chemical, MS-IL Staffing & Packaging, Murray Guard Inc., National College, Norton Healthcare, Optum, Parallon, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Peak Community Supports, Inc., Procarent, Prologistix, Randstad, Republic Bank & Trust Company, Republic National Distributing Company, Rescare-KY SAFE Therapeutic Foster Care, Sam Swope Auto Group, Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., Seven Counties Services, Snelling Staffing, Spencerian College, Stock Yards Bank & Trust, Sullivan On-Line Programs, Sullivan University Systems, TARC,
Technology Consulting, Inc., Thompson Industrial Services, TrueBlue, Inc., UPS, US Bank, Walgreens, Walmart, Walsh Construction, Wayne Supply Company, WLKY, Yamamoto FB Engineering, Inc., YMCA of Greater Louisville, Your Community Bank

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Job fair tip: Before you even hand your resume, recruiters are assessing you as a candidate. Your appearance is vitally important as most people (whether right or wrong) look at your outward appearance as a reflection of your personality. So make sure how you look is sending the right message!
1. What's on your face? Perhaps the most important thing you can wear to a job fair is a smile. A smile makes you look approachable, and you definitely want recruiters approaching you!
2. How you walk. How you walk can tell someone if you are energetic or apathetic. Are you walking with your head up and shoulders back, or are you dragging your feet and looking at the floor?
3. What you are wearing. It is very important to dress for the event. Most job fairs require business attire. Dressing appropriately tells hiring managers you take your job search seriously and will represent yourself professionally in front of their customers.

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