Career Maker Career Fair 2022 (CMCF22), held in Florida’s largest conference center in Orange County, is set to launch this Friday, with a crowd of over 10,000 jobseekers and more than 1,000 recruiting agencies in attendance.
This is an event unlike any other. You’ll find no booths. The jobs are already spoken for. This is a job fair like no other. – Steve Martone, Career Maker Career Fairs
50,000 recruiters will be in the audience on Friday and recruiters won’t be turned away based on their budget.
In addition to non-profit employment organizations, the event is also the world’s first career fair to offer $5,000 in scholarships to University of Florida students. The winners of the scholarship will be announced at 4 p.m. on Friday.
There will also be a variety of workshops for both recruiters and job seekers on everything from proper dress to navigating the public school system. After the career fair, there will be a career expo and job fair featuring more than 800 employers in and around Orange County.
If you go:
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1: Orlando Concourse, 1801 E. Robinson St., Orlando, Fla. 32806
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2: Orange County Convention Center, 1 Orange County Way, Orlando, Fla. 32803
The following information was provided by Steve Martone, the president of Career Maker:
What is Career Maker Career Fairs?
Career Maker Career Fairs is a 2-day career fair that helps over 10,000 people get jobs and connect to over 1,000 hiring agencies. The Career Maker platform allows over 40,000 employers to post job openings to their members in the United States. Career Maker also has career fair registration software with 800 recruitment agencies. We organize career fairs around the country and have had attendance of over 200,000.
How big is the Florida Career Maker Career Fair?
We will have over 1,000 recruitment agencies, 500 exhibitors, and 50,000 people attend this event.
How do I get a VIP pass?
There are approximately 2,500 VIP passes available, for $250 each.
How much does it cost to attend?
The $10 ticket provides you with full access to the event, not accounting for airfare, lodging, or other expenses.
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