Cleveland Job Fairs

  Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Cleveland area job fair held 9-1pm
Hosted by:
Location: Embassy Suites
5800 Rockside Woods Boulevard
Independence, Ohio
Monday, February 16, 2015
Job Fair 10-2pm
Looking for State Tested Nursing Assistants to work full and part time 3-11p and 11-7a shifts
Kindred Transitional Care and Rehab
1575 Brainard Road
Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124
Ohio has local OhioMeansJobs Centers that assist job seekers, employers and youth with job search assistance, employee recruitment, job training, and more.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
CareerMD Job Fair 5-8pm
Job fair for physicians.
Cleveland Botanical Garden
11030 East Blvd
Cleveland, Ohio
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Job Fair 5:30pm
AM Cable
Hiring residential cable TV installers.
29313 Clemens Road
Westlake, OH
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Sales Job Network Recruiting Event
TIME: 9-1pm
Held at: Embassy Suites - Rockside
5800 Rockside Woods Boulevard
Independence, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Transgender Job Fair
The job fair will be held Sunday, as well as onsite interviews. Companies recruiting include the FBI, Giant Eagle, KeyBank, Marriott, the MetroHealth System and NASA Glenn Research Center.
Metrohealth Campus
2500 Metrohealth Drive
Cleveland, OH
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Job and Resource Fair 10-1pm
Presented by Euclid Chamber of Commerce
The following employers and agencies representing employers will be present:, Towards Employment, Ohio Means Jobs
The Manor of Euclid
24111 Rockwell Drive
Euclid, Ohio 44117
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Hiring Event 9-3pm
Looking for enthusiastic individuals who have experience in food service and managing and directing a team of 2 or more employees.
Held at: Garden Hilton Inn
1100 Carnegie Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio
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  Ohio Job Training
February 26, 2015 1-3pm
Truck Driving Careers
OhioMeansJobs Erie County
Room# A
221 W. Parish St.
Sandusky, OH 44870

Event Info
Ohio Job Training
March 4, 2015 9-11am
Power Personality
Portage County Adm. Building
Ohio Means Jobs Center Rm. 134
449 S. Meridian St
Ravenna, OH 44266

Event Info
Ohio Job Training
March 10, 2015 9-12pm
Bustin' Barriers
Portage County Adm. Building
Ohio Means Jobs Center Rm. 134
449 S. Meridian St
Ravenna, OH 44266

Event Info
  Hot Cleveland Jobs
Posted February 19, 2015
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Cleveland, Ohio
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Posted February 19, 2015
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Last Call Recruiters
Cleveland, Ohio
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Posted February 19, 2015
CDL Driver
Linden Bulk Transportation
Cleveland, Ohio
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  More Ohio Job Fairs
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Job Fair 11-2pm
National Career Fairs
Held at: Holiday Inn
3855 Hauck Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
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Thursday, February 19, 2015
Job fair 5-7:30pm
Akron RubberDucks
Canal Park
300 South Main Street
Akron, Ohio
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Thursday, February 19, 2015
Job fair open to the public 11-2pm
Marion Technical College
George H. Alber Student Center Gymnasium
1467 Mount Vernon Avenue
Marion, OH 43302
  Top employers in Cleveland
Cleveland Clinic Health System
Summa Health System
Giant Eagle
Progressive Insurance
Hyland Software Inc.
The Lubrizol Corp
Sherwin-Williams Co.
InfoCision Management
ACMC Healthcare System
Bedford City School District
Cleveland College Career Centers
Case Western Reserve Career Services
Cleveland State University Career Services
John Carroll University Career Services
Oberlin College Career Services
University of Akron Career Services
DeVry University Career Services
Ohio Technical College

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5 New Ways To Stand Out At A Job Fair
Because job fairs are an excellent way to meet multiple employers all on the same day and dramatically increase your chances of getting a job offer there will be lots of people in attendance. With so much competition for employers' attention its important to find a way to stand out from all the other job seekers and make an impression on the employers you are most interested in. Here are 5 new ways you can stand out from everyone else at a job fair.
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5 ways you can be successful at the job fairs listed here.
1. Whether you are attending a job fair in Cleveland or any other city you can expect to spend several hours there. Some job fairs can be particularly tough when you are having one interview after another for extended periods of time. Be sure to break away several times, drink water, have a light snack and wash your hands. This will help keep you energetic throughout the job fair.

2. Be professional and courteous to everyone at the Cleveland job fair you attend, not just with the recruiter or manager you are speaking with. Many recruiters are people watching and will take note of your behavior toward others. If you appear to be rude or flippant with others that behavior will not be forgotten when you approach the recruiter who quietly noticed it from afar.

3. At any of the Cleveland job fairs you attend be sure to get to the point immediately when you approach a recruiter. Additionally, have a well-prepared 20-30 second elevator speech prepared. Using fancy words and talk to impress the recruiter just shows a lack of focus. Simply state facts about your experience and cite examples from your work history in a succinct manner.

4. Consider attending the Cleveland job fairs you found on this page later in the day. This may sound counter-intuitive, since we have always been taught to show up early for an interview. Things are slightly different at a job fair though. It’s not uncommon for a long line of applicants to form at the front door of a job fair right before it begins. Then in Black Friday like fashion they all rush in to get to the recruiters first. This simply overwhelms the recruiters who can't keep up with the applicants. Let this first wave of applicants subside then approach the people you want to meet. This will give you a lot more one on one time with the job fair recruiters.

5. After your interviews and meetings at the Cleveland job fair you attend be sure to follow up. You can do this online if you wish and send another resume along with your thank you to the hiring manager(s) you met at the job fair. Thank the manager for her time and ask for another interview.
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5 Places To Find Jobs In Cleveland

1. The City Of Cleveland
The City of Cleveland lists full-time and internship positions on their website, along with civil service testing dates and application instructions. Source

2. Cleveland Area College Career Centers
For students and graduates of Cleveland area colleges there are resources available through their career centers that will help you connect with employers, recruiters, and available internships.

3. The Cleveland Career Transition Center
The Cleveland Career Transition Center assists job seekers and career changers in Greater Cleveland through one-on-one coaching, workshops, referrals, and other resources. Source

This particular website is focused solely on jobs in Cleveland. Cleveland job seekers can also hunt for local jobs in the specific industry of their choice such as accounting, construction, marketing, sales, and utilities. Source

5. Larger Cleveland Employers
One option Cleveland area job seekers have is to keep watching the postings by larger employers in the area. These employers often have their own career pages on their websites and rather than posting their jobs on the usual online job boards, they list their openings on their own site. Cleveland State University, Cleveland Clinic, Giant Eagle, and Progressive Insurance are examples.


Can your physical appearance affect a job offer?cleveland Job Fairs

Here are some more tips about getting the job you want and (unfortunately?) they have nothing to do with your qualifications. Yahoo Finance posted an article titled "Ways Your Appearance Affects Your Paycheck". This article includes a group of individual studies and their findings on particular physical characteristics and their affect on how much you earn.

Some you may expect. Being tall, good looking, smiling, and dressed conservatively were all associated with higher salaries. However, there were a few you may not have expected such as being blonde, wearing makeup, or having excellent posture giving you a chance to make more money. Some studies said being overweight, short, or having facial hair can work against you.

Your physical appearance and its' affect on your job interview results isn't a new topic and it is generally agreed that interviewers do at least subconsciously judge job candidates by their overall physical appearance. Take the factors listed in the two articles listed below. Have you seen any of these factors in play during an interview?

Will How I Look Affect Getting Job Offers?

"Ways Your Appearance Affects Your Paycheck".

Physical Features That Will Make Your Paycheck Larger

Volunteerism As A Resume Builder
When you have been laid off, looking for work is automatically your new full time job. The problem that many unemployed people face though, is a form of discrimination against those who have a gap in their employment history. Those who have periods of time on their resume that show no full time job are often (wrongly) assumed to be not as qualified as someone who is currently working. Additionally, more and more companies are using employment screening software that follows a particular set of criteria and will often discard a resume that has employment gaps. That means the days of being able to explain your particular situation to another human being are long gone. (Yet another great reason to go meet recruiters face-to-face at a job fair.)

It's would also be very hard to prove you are being passed over for a position based on gaps in your employment, and even if you could, there is essentially no law or requirement that stops employers from doing it. The best thing to do is eliminate gaps on your resume. One way to immediately take care of that is to take any job, even a part-time or seasonal job, until you have found appropriate full-time work. Another option is volunteering. While Volunteering is unpaid work, it is work that can be listed on your resume in place of a full-time job, thus eliminating the employment gap potential employers may be concerned about.

Volunteering is as excellent a job search strategy as it is a community service. Not only are you contributing to your community, but you will make friends, and you may meet individuals that can assist you in finding a new job. Be strategic about how you volunteer your time, however. Yes, volunteer with an organization you believe in, but also look for opportunities to enhance your job skills (or learn new ones) and build your professional network.

Here is a list of places you can volunteer in Cleveland.

1. Cleveland Clinic
800.223.2273 ext. 56986 9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44195
Volunteer ambassadors serve on the patient floors by making rounds and assessing patients who might need special attention or visitors.

2. Cleveland MetroParks
2277 West Ridgewood Drive Parma, Ohio
Cleveland Metroparks has fun, educational and diverse opportunities for volunteers at various locations throughout the Park District and Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

3. BVU: The Center for Nonprofit Excellence
1300 East 9th Street Suite 1805 Cleveland, Ohio
BVU links volunteers to opportunities that address such issues as homelessness, the environment, crisis support, youth and families, people living with disabilities, seniors and many more.

4. The City Of Cleveland
Cleveland City Hall 601 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 216-664-2000
Volunteer opportunities include: Greater Cleveland Volunteers, Neighborhood Watch Program, Courtwatch: Helping Victims and the Justice System, and Cleveland Animal Control Services Volunteers.

5. Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio 216-421-7350
Volunteer contributions range from staffing the information desk and helping prepare special events to working at the annual Parade the Circle, serving as docents for school groups, and assisting in curatorial projects.


What If You Need A Job RIGHT NOW?

"TQR - You have some good advice on your site about finding work, but I don’t think it is quick enough for me. I really need a job quickly. Like, right now. I am in big trouble with my bills. What if someone is desperate and needs to get a job immediately?" Jason L.

Jason: we would suggest that person spend today:

1. Contacting every temporary agency in their locality and asking who needs help tomorrow morning.

2. Calling their former bosses and peers and asking for work or leads.

3. Visiting every one of their previous employer’s competitors and asking for a job, or leads if there are no jobs.

4. Visiting the local unemployment office and asking for a job. Many times during the week there are employers set up at the unemployment office conducting interviews right there.

5. Visiting the Chamber of Commerce in their locality and ask for referrals to businesses that need help right now.

6. Calling their state representative’s office and ask for a referral to a business that is in need of help right now.

7. Applying for assistance through the Job Corp.

8. Contacting the Builder’s Guild of Western Pennsylvania and applying for an apprenticeship. The Guild pays apprentices full-time wages while training them in one of the building trades.

9. Speaking to a military recruiter about Reserve or National Guard opportunities. These are part-time commitments, but the short term training will keep you employed full-time for several months.

10. Visiting the library and ask for the head librarian. These people are very well connected in the community and may know who is in need of paid help today.

Take resumes with you everywhere you go and dress as if ready to work. Don’t forget to ASK for a job, not just advice or help!

Want to learn how to "scare the hell" out of unemployment? Learn how here.
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Miss one of these previously held Cleveland job fairs? Be sure to check back often. New job fairs are listed regularly.
Tuesday August 26, 2014
Job Fair 12-3pm
Loganberry Ridge Apartments
26720 Whiteway Drive
Cleveland, Ohio
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Job Fair 530pm
29313 Clemens Road
Westlake, Ohio
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Job Fair 9-4pm
Bath & Beyond
30083 Detroit Road
Westlake, Ohio
Monday, September 9, 2014
Job Fair 530-8pm
Ron Marhofer Hyundai
1260 Main Street
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Gas and Oil Job Fair
The 4th annual YOUNG returns with a job fair on manufacturing, oil and gas at the Covelli Centre
229 E Front Street
Youngstown, Ohio
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Health Fair 10-2pm
There is a raft of fun activities planned for the entire family with myriad health screenings.
Hudson Library and Historical Society
96 Library Street
Hudson, Ohio
Monday, September 22, 2014
Cleveland Area Fair 11-2pm
National Career Fairs
Held at: DoubleTree
6200 Quarry Lane
Independence, Ohio 44131
Monday, September 29, 2014
Job Fair 7am to 7pm
Opportunities within ALDI include approximately 100 Store Associate, Shift Manager and Manager Trainee positions.
3586 Steel Yard Drive
Cleveland, Ohio
Monday, September 29, 2014
Job Fair 7am to 7pm
5170 Tiedeman Road
Brooklyn, Ohio 44144
Monday, September 29, 2014
Job Fair 7am to 7pm
4692 Great Northern Blvd.
N. Olmsted, Ohio 44070
Thursday October 2, 2014
Job Fair 11-3pm
Holiday Inn Cleveland-Mayfield
780 Beta Drive
Mayfield, Ohio
Thursday October 2, 2014
Job Fair 11-3pm
Cable TV Installers
AM Cable
29313 Clemens Road
Westlake, Ohio
Friday, October 3, 2014
Job Fair 4-7:30pm
Giant Eagle
Robert F Busbey Natatoriumm
2345 Fourth Street
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Friday, October 3, 2014
Job Fair 10-3pm
Family Dollar is having open interviews for Store Managers, Assistant Store Managers and Asset Protection Specialists.
Family Dollar
29420 Euclid Avenue
Wickliffe, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Job Fair 10-6pm
Giant Eagle
Robert F Busbey Natatoriumm
2345 Fourth Street
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Job Fair 10-5pm
Giant Eagle
Cleveland Convention Center
1 St. Clair Ave NE
Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Job Fair 10-3pm
First National Bank
30000 Aurora Road
Solon, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Job Fair 1-4pm
Hi-TEC Building
1575 North High Street
Hillsboro, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Sales Job Network Recruiting Event
TIME: 9-1pm
Held at: Embassy Suites - Rockside
5800 Rockside Woods Boulevard
Independence, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Job Fair 9-1pm
Goodwill Industries
Held at: Galleria
1301 E. 9th Street
Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Monday, October 27, 2014
Job Fair 10-3pm
Family Dollar
16122 Lake Shore Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44110
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Job Fair 10-3pm
Pine Valley Care Center
4360 Brecksville Road
Richfield, OH
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Cleveland Area Fair 11-2pm
Choice Career Fairs
Held at: Doubletree
Meet directly with hiring decision-makers from some of the areas top employers.
6200 Quarry Lane
Independence, Ohio 44131
Cleveland Job Fair Info
Friday, November 14, 2014
Job Fair 12-8pm
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CDL-A Tanker Drivers
Held at: Holiday Inn
6001 Rockside Road
Independence, Ohio