An in-person Job Fair is being planned during the DPP Meeting this year. The Job Fair will begin on Tuesday, October 18 through Thursday, October 20, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. PST, at the Spokane Convention Center in Spokane, Washington.
Career Counseling and Resume Help Desk
Career Counseling and Resume Help will also be available at the Job Fair, October 19-20. APS Career Mentoring Fellows will be on hand to give advice on various career paths, the job search process, and effective resume writing. To sign up, come to the Job Fair area in the Exhibit Hall of the Convention Center starting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, October 18. Good news, whether you are on-site or remote, this service is available to all. If you are not planning on attending the DPP Meeting, but you would like to sign-up for this service, please contact Lesley-Ann Rennie, email@example.com as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT: Please be aware that the career counseling and resume help desk is not a place to interview for jobs. The purpose of the career counseling and resume desk is for attendees to receive general advice on careers from volunteers. If attendees wish to interview for positions advertised at the job fair, they will need to register for the job fair and apply for those positions formally, as described in the job seeker instructions.
Registration to attend the Job Fair is free of charge to all. In order to register, you must have an account for the APS Job Board. See more information below on preparing for the Job Fair.Register Here
The following Employer Packages are now available for purchase:
August 25 Registration Opens for Employers
September 15 Registration Opens for Jobseekers
October 3 Employer Registration Deadline
October 17 On-Site Booth Set Up by Employers
October 18-20 In-person Job Fair
October 19-20 Career Counseling and Resume Help Desk
October 18 Sign up begins for Career Counseling and Resume Help
October 28 Job Postings and Resume Searches ends on the Job Board
APS Career Shape Up Series
APS has launched a program to provide personalized challenges to help you get your professional goals on track. The APS Shape Up series offers a variety of challenges, including Shape Up my Grad School Search, Shape Up My Job Search, Shape Up for the Interview Process, and Shape Up my Professional Image.
Sign up for your Shape Up Series today! >>
APS Online Professional Guidebook
You can also visit our Online Professional Guidebook for helpful tips on resume building, interviewing, negotiation, and more.
Must I be an APS member in order to participate in the Job Fair?
How do I see a listing of all job postings?
How do I request an interview/apply?
Where will job fair interviews be conducted?
Can employers contact me after the Job Fair?
Didn't See Your Question?Email Lesley-Ann Rennie, APS Job Fair Coordinator, for all employer or attendee related inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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