Job Fair Listed by The Urban League of Portland Job Fair


The Urban League of Portland Job FairTuesday, April 5, 2016
Multiple Employer Job Fair 10-3pm
The Urban League of Portland
23rd Annual Career Fair
The DoubleTree
1000 Multnomah Street
Portland, OR 97232


List of participating employers:
Ajinomoto Windsor Inc., Albertina Kerr Center, Bonneville Power Administration, Bureau of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Land Management, Cambia Health Solutions, Carson, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Central Catholic High School, Central City Concern, Charter Communications, City of Beaverton, City of Gresham, Clark College, Clark County, Comcast, Confluence Environmental Center, Constructing Hope, Country Financial, Doubletree Hotel, Enterprise Holdings Rent-a- Car, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fred Meyer, iHeartMEDIA, Kaiser Permanente NW, Kuni Automotive, Labor Works, Lane County Government, Legacy Health, Lewis & Clark College, Marys Woods at Marylhurst, Metro, Multnomah County, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Oregon Judicial Department, NECA-IBEW Electric Training Center, New Seasons Market, Northwest Housing Alternatives, NW Natural, Oregon & Southern Idaho Laborers - Employers Training Trust, Oregon Department of Corrections, Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Department of Energy, Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon Episcopal School, Oregon Health Science University, Oregon State Lottery, Oregon Trades Women Inc., Oregon Youth Authority, Pacific NW Regional Council of Carpenters, Pacific NW Regional Council of Carpenters Institute, Peace Health, PacifiCorp, Planned Parenthood, Port of Portland, Portland Community College, Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc., Portland Fire and Rescue, Portland General Electric, Portland Police Bureau, Portland Public Schools, Portland Trail Blazers at the Rose Quarter, Portland Water Bureau, Providence Health & Services, Reed College, Roofers & Waterproofers-Oregon & SW Washington, SE Works, State of Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Travelers Insurance, TriMet, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, US Bank, US Forest Service, Vigor Industrial, Warn Industries, Washington County, Wells Fargo, and Xerox.

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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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