Frequently Asked Questions
All organizations have different hiring processes. While some are interviewing and hiring candidates on the spot, others may have a more in-depth recruitment process.
- Some recruiters have immediate job openings
- Other recruiters are searching for individuals that can fill positions that are consistently needed within their organization.
- Recruiters may be searching for potential candidates for positions that are opening up soon. These organizations are searching to identify candidates to fill the positions as soon as they receive hiring approval and may ask you to submit your resume in order to contact you when the position is available.
Although an employer's primary industry may not be what you're looking for, often, a company's openings can include a range of different types of positions.
- A drugstore chain may be recruiting for positions in fulfillment and warehousing.
- A restaurant may be recruiting for jobs in information technology.
A virtual job fair (sometimes called an online job fair) is an online "event" (as it takes place at a certain time and is not ongoing) in which employers and job seekers each meet in a virtual environment, using chat rooms, to exchange information about job openings.
No. In-person positions are available at every virtual job fair based on the location indicated in the event name. (EX: Austin Virtual Job Fair)
Almost any kind that is in a non-virtual job fair. Like in-person job fairs, our virtual job fairs are focused on a certain geographic area with a range of available positions and attending organizations. Companies that participate in virtual job fairs may also have multiple openings in several locations.
No. The virtual job fair can be accessed using any major, up to date internet browser including: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
Once registered for the virtual job fair, you will receive an email with a link to join 7 days, 24 hours, and 2 hours prior to the event.