By gathering together the resources involved in the job-search process, The National Job Fair and Training Expo provides job seekers an array of services -- all under one roof.
There are three main pavilions -- the Employment Pavilion, the Training and Education Pavilion, and the Employment Services Pavilion -- covering every aspect of the job-search process from jobs and careers, to training, education and information services.
The world is full of opportunities, and The National Job Fair and Training Expo aims to offer a world of opportunities too!
The Employment Pavilion
This pavilion welcomes employers of all types and from all sectors who are offering a vast selection of positions. Job seekers will find private and public companies, employment agencies, and government agencies and services -- all looking for professional and/or technical personnel, experienced candidates, new graduates and students.
Offers are as varied as the job market -- full- or part-time, temporary, seasonal, casual, volunteer and bilingual.
This pavilion is for anyone who is interested in finding a job or for anyone who is ready for a career change.
The Training and Education Pavilion
This pavilion welcomes professional and specialized training institutions, educational facilities, continuing-education centres and coaching organizations -- all important and essential in helping job seekers build their future. The pavilion is for those who are interested in training and education programs, who are contemplating a career change or who want to know more about job-search techniques.
Training and education facilities offer job seekers information that will help them keep an open mind about taking their careers in a new direction. Through training, candidates have access to exciting new opportunities. The Training & Education Pavilion allows candidates to learn about future job trends -- a critical part of The National Job Fair and Training Expo.
The Employment Services Pavilion
This pavilion welcomes employment services, career centres, counselling services, coaching organizations, self-employment services and non-profit organizations (job, career and training organizations related).
It gives those who need support and employment resources the opportunity to get judicious advice in their job search.
The Jobs Avenue: A must-see! Hundreds of jobs, training and services posted!
There will be 18 presentations (nine per day) in the Public Presentation Area covering various topics related to the job market.
The site also offers an interview area, a visitors' information desk, a rest area and a public restaurant.
Big brother is watching you
Jumping on the 'brand' wagon
UP & RUNNING- Build a better business than your boss
HEALTH CONNECTION- U of T hosts ALS chair
YOUTH FORCE- No Grade 12 diploma not an obstacle
Think work is boring?
THE NATIONAL JOB FAIR- A world of opportunities
THE NATIONAL JOB FAIR- A world of knowledge awaits job seekers
THE NATIONAL JOB FAIR- Put your best foot forward
THE NATIONAL JOB FAIR- Maximize your prospects