Seasonal and Part-Time Career Fair
Spring Seasonal & Part Time Job Fair
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Lakeland Community College
Building A, Bookstore Hallway


Students, Alumni, and Community Members:

There will be a wide range of opportunities and companies at this event. This is a great way to meet many employers in one day to discuss current job openings, ask about future opportunities and obtain career and company information. To make the best impression, bring copies of your resume, dress professionally, and research general information about the companies to make an impression when you show your knowledge. See a list of attending companies and their positions plus career fair success tips. Learn more.

Aable RentsDrivers; Delivery Assistants
4WallsProduction Artists
Allied Universal Security ServicesSecurity Officers
Aramark, Cleveland Browns HospitalityVendors; Concessions Stand Workers; Cooks; Action Cooks; Concession Supervisor; Suite Supervisor; Housekeeper; Suite Attendant; Banquet Servers
Breakers CafeteriaCatering Personnel
Breckenridge VillageSummer Grounds; Summer Housekeeping; RN's; Culinary
Cedar PointHousekeeper; Front Desk Agent; Maintenance Attendant
Chick-Fil-ATeam Leader / Shift Supervisors; Team Members
City of PainesvilleSummer Camp Counselors; Seasonal Park Maintenance
Deck RescueForemen; Crew Leaders; Laborers
Early Steps Learning CenterDirector; Assistant Director; Teacher; Assistant Teacher
Giant EagleStore Personnel
Girl Scouts of North East OHAssistant Camp Director; Program Director; Counselor-in-Training Director; Waterfront Director; Health Supervisor; Sign-off Nurse; Lifeguard; Unit Leaders / Counselors
Home DepotSales Associates; Overnight Freight; Cashiers; Lot
Hudec DentalOffice Manager; Patient Coordinator; Dental Hygienist
Jewish Family Service AssociationDirect Support Professional; Home Health Aide
Lake County Board of DD/DeepwoodResidence Workers; Substitutes: Residence Workers; Community Support Specialist; Bus Attendants; Bus Drivers; Nurses
Lake HealthMedical Assistants; LPNs; X-Ray Techs; MRI Techs; Phlebotomists; Medical Lab Techs
Lake MetroParksBoating Attendants; Boating Instructors; Lifeguards; Camp Counselors and Interpreters; Snack Shop Attendant; Cashiers; Gatekeepers; Golf Clubhouse; Golf Maintenance; Wildlife and Outdoor Educators; and More
Minute Men StaffingInjection Operators; General Labor; Machine Operator; Towmotor Operators
Moving Ahead ServicesLaborers; Sales
New York Community BankRetail Branch Positions
Nowac LandscapingLandscape Foremen; Laborers
Ohio Dept. of Transportation District 12General Outside Labor; Civil Engineering Internship
Panera Bread (Covelli Enterprises)Assistant Managers; Crew Members; Delivery Drivers; Bankers
Rock n Roll City Harley DavidsonSales Associates: Motorclothes; Motorcyle Sales
SpeedwayField Intern; Customer Service Rep.; Food Service Specialist; Shift Leader Trainee; Co-Manager Trainee
SwagelockAssemblers; Order Fulfillers; Primary Operators
Two Men and a TruckMovers; Drivers
ViaQuestDirect Support Professional; Program Specialist
Vocational Services UnlimitedSummer Youth Job Coaches
YMCA, Lake CountyLifeguards; Swim Instructors; Child Care Staff; Day Camp Counselors; Sports Instructors; Membership Representatives
Students, Alumni, and Community Members — Career Fair Success Tips
What to Wear

Dress professionally, as if you are going on a job interview, to make a positive first impression. Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression, so look your best!

Professional dress is best to wear and can include:

  • Pressed shirt/blouse and dress pants/skirt
  • A matching jacket can be added for a more formal look

MEN: Ties are a nice addition and should complement the outfit, not overwhelm with loud colors or cartoon characters.

LADIES: Skirts should be longer than finger tips when standing. High heels should be no more than 2 inches.

EVERYONE: Closed toe shoes are a must, make sure you wear comfortable shoes, as you will be walking and standing for some time.


  • T-shirts
  • Caps
  • Flip-flops
  • Sweats
  • Clothing with logos (however, some companies allow or even encourage items with their corporate logo)
  • Jeans (depending on the company's policy)
  • Revealing clothing
  • Clothing that does not fit well
  • Clothing that is torn, wrinkled, or dirty
  • Limit jewelry, cover tattoos and avoid excessive cologne or perfume.
  • No gum. Bring breath mints and consume these before meeting with recruiters.


Business and IT Career Fair
What to Bring

Several clean copies of your resume on quality paper to hand out. However, don't be alarmed if some recruiters refer you to their website to apply online.

A portfolio to hold the resumes, a legal pad, and a quality pen to write down contacts and notes from each encounter.

A business/networking card to distribute to employers.

Questions to ask each employer like:

  • What kinds of skills and experience do you look for in the employees you hire?
  • Which courses or experiences do you suggest to be a successful candidate?
  • What kind of entry-level positions (or internships) exist within your organization?
  • Does your company hire on a continual basis or just at certain times of the year?
  • What is your organization's culture like?
  • What made you choose this company and why do you stay?
Job Seeker Success Tips

Decide on a plan and some goals for the career fair; what do you hope to get out of it and how can you make the most effective use of your time?

Check our website often for an updated list of employers attending. Identify those you are interested in and check their websites to do some basic research on the companies and their hiring needs.

Visit with as many recruiters as possible - even if you don't see many companies planning to recruit in your major specifically, sometimes there are "hidden" opportunities if you ask.

Prepare a one-minute "commercial" that introduces yourself, telling the employer a little about your professional qualifications, and why you are interested in exploring a career with them.

Practice the "commercial" ahead of time, and the questions you would like to ask the employers.

Dress and act professionally.

At the event, review the list of attending companies so you can organize your time efficiently.

Show interest and enthusiasm by smiling and speaking clearly. Provide recruiters with a firm handshake and maintain good eye contact.

Body language is important: control nervous habits like fidgeting and be aware of your non-verbal behaviors.

Answer the recruiters' questions clearly and concisely. Don't ramble. Take every opportunity to highlight your skills and qualifications for the position.

Collect business cards from the recruiters. Write follow-up letters/make phone calls to employers who interest you.

Unsure about any of the above? Just contact the Lakeland Career Services staff for help.


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