Experiential Learning and Career Management hosts a variety of fairs to connect students and alumni with potential employers and graduate school programs. The Graduate School Fair is held annually, with over 70 graduate schools and programs represented. Each semester ELCM hosts a Job and Internship Fair, featuring over 150 employers seeking Millersville students and alumni for internship and full-time employment opportunities.
The University also participates in a number of other employment consortiums and partnerships. The Central Pennsylvania Employment Consortium (CPEC) job & internship fair is held annually. Teacher Recruitment Day, specifically for graduating education majors and alumni, is hosted annually by Millersville University in the spring and features over 120 employing school districts.
Use Handshake, our comprehensive career management platform, to view and register to participate in upcoming Millersville University sponsored Fairs, as well as other fairs you are eligible to attend.
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The impression that you make during your initial contact at a career fair does impact the recruiter's interest in taking the next step with your application. You want to present yourself as a professional who has researched the employer and is prepared to ask and answer questions that indicates that can relate your experiences/skills to the position or career path. The first 30 seconds that you speak with the employer can have a lasting impression, good or bad, we recommend you develop an "Elevator Pitch" that highlights who you are and why you are the right fit for the organization.
Join us for this 38th annual event that typically draws 300+ teacher candidates from 8 south central PA colleges and universities.The fair will feature an Open Format from 9 am - 12 pm to facilitate candidate screenings and mini-interviews. All candidates are welcomed. This will be followed by a Closed Format from 12 pm - 3 pm in which full interviews and additional mini-interviews will take place by invitation only.
If you need reasonable accommodations the day of the event, please notify Stephanie Perago, TRD Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, March 3, 2023. The Teacher Recruitment Day Consortium will review your accommodation(s) request and assess if reasonable accommodations can be provided for the teacher fair. There is no guarantee the Consortium will be able to provide a reasonable accommodation if contacted after the stated deadline.
The fair will feature an Open Format from 9 am - 12 pm to facilitate candidate screenings and mini-interviews. All candidates are welcomed. This will be followed by a Closed Format from 12 pm - 3 pm in which full interviews and additional mini-interviews will take place by invitation only.
Screening CandidatesBy far the most common type of job fair interview. This interview usually lasts no more than two to three minutes and is usually conducted by employers whose main interest is gathering resumes and initial impressions before making decisions as to whether they will move to the next step. You will be asked questions about what type of position you're seeking, your interest in the particular school district, your experience and teaching methods. Your strategy should be to quickly point them to the key areas in your background that reflect their needs. Ask for a business card and inquire as to the next step.
PLEASE NOTE:Teacher Recruitment Day Fair will feature an Open Format from 9:00am-12:00pm to facilitate candidate screenings and mini-interviews. All candidates are welcomed. This will be followed by a Closed Format from 12:00pm-3:00pm in which full interviews and additional mini-interviews will take place by invitation only at the recruiter's fair table. We cannot accommodate any additional or separate interview space; your fair table will serve as your interview space.
The sole purpose of the Teacher Recruitment Day Consortium Job Fair is to offer traditional classroom teaching career opportunities to our students and alumni. We reserve the right to limit employers to those most appropriate for the interests of our students/alumni with Teaching Certified Bachelor's and Master's degrees. Therefore we reserve the right to limit the number of third-party staffing agencies, educational vendors and non-traditional educational employers. This may delay their registration approval/denial until a few weeks before the fair, or incorporate them into the event in another way. Further, we cannot permit solicitation or marketing of products or services to our students at the event, and do not specifically endorse any of our employers or guidebook advertisers.
Despite the challenges this past year has brought, ELCM staff members have been working remotely, including organizing virtual employer information sessions and a job and internship fair held each semester. They also hold an annual graduate school fair in the fall that features over 70 graduate schools and programs in attendance.
With a recent move to Handshake, a career management platform, ELCM gives students the opportunity to learn more about the platform while further developing their career skills. Through Handshake, students can access employer contacts, schedule one-on-one appointments with ELCM and register for job fairs and related events.
The recruitment team is comprised of two Correctional Sergeants, working in conjunction with the Bureau of Administrative Services to build and maintain the more than 2,600 uniformed officer and staff positions within the largest law enforcement agency in the State of Delaware. DOC recruiters work tirelessly to attract new employees through job fairs, recruitment events, and community outreach. DOC recruiters actively work to attract new employees to the department, screen and select applicants, integrate the new personnel into the organization, and increase the morale of current staff.
Dental Dreams is committed to health and safety during these job fair events. We want to assure you that we are being extra vigilant about your safety during the Coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read more about our safety protocols. 2b1af7f3a8