Employers who are interested in participating in the 2016 Cabrillo College Job Fair should contact the Student Employment Center via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are collecting names of interested parties and expect to send detailed invitations by mid-March.
Everyone is welcome to attend; however, many of the jobs that are shared at an on-campus Job Fair are likely be tailored to students' schedules and experience levels (ie. part-time, entry level, summer work, etc).
The Cabrillo Job Fair is a mix of employers and types of employment opportunities. Students are encouraged to dress for success, bring resumes and be prepared to fill out applications on the day of the event. If you are not sure what it means to "dress for success;" or if you need help preparing a resume, please schedule an appointment with Jennifer Wood, Student Employment Coordinator, no later than April 1.
Many attendees are experiencing a Job Fair for the first time! We welcome attendees from every part of the job search process and want this to be a learning experience for you. The employers who attend are friendly and interested in helping connect attendees to jobs and resources.
The Job Fair will be free to attendees and employers. Parking at Cabrillo is limited and attendees will need to pay a daily fare. Please plan to use alternate forms of transportation, or carpool.
Student Employment is hosting two workshops to help you prepare for the Job Fair:
Write Your Resume. Feb. 25 (Thursday), 1:30-3:00 pm. SAC WEST Room 202
Calm Your Interview Anxiety. Apr. 6 (Wednesday), 1:30-3:00 pm. SAC EAST Room 226
Sandbar Solar & Electric
Express Employment Professionals
Chaminade Resort and Spa
Santa Cruz Seaside Company
Falcon Trading Company
California State Parks
Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz
The Glass Jar
Seascape Beach Resort
Bay Federal Credit Union
Dream Inn, Santa Cruz
Special Kids Crusade
County of Santa Cruz
Scotts Valley Market
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