Due to the evolving circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 public health crisis, and after much thought and consideration Go Forward Pine Bluff has elected to postpone the 2020 Job Fair scheduled for April 22-23. The health and safety of our community, our participating partners and companies are our top priority. We will continue to monitor the situation and heed the recommendations of our city and state officials. We will be announcing a new date as soon as it is possible. Please stay connected to our website www.goforwardpinebluff.org and Facebook pages for announcements.
April 22 & 23, 2020
For Job Seekers
Register at the door
Wednesday, April 22
10 AM - 2PM
Prepare job seekers to meet with employers on Day 2.
Preparation will include:
Thursday, April 23
9 AM - 3PM
Job seekers will meet potential employers.
For more information, contact: Mildred Franco
Registration Deadline: Monday, April 6
2 Ways to Register!
Frequently-asked questions and answers
Everyone seeking a job should attend the job fair, from entry-level to executives.
Pine Bluff Convention Center
Yes. However, if you don’t have one, there will be professionals to assist with resume building at the fair on Day 1.
There will be professionals able to personally assist you in resume building, resume review and printing your resume on Day 1.
You should bring your resume if you have one. Otherwise, there will be professionals to assist with resume building on Day 1.
Professional attire is recommended. If you don’t own a professional attire, the job fair provides a “Dress for Success” closet, where you will be able to obtain the proper attire on Day 1.
There will be professionals at the fair assisting with interview preparation and getting you ready to meet employers on Day 1.
It is recommended that you make all efforts to attend the preparation day, Day 1. However, if you are unable to come on Day 1, there will be reduced preparation assistance on Day 2.
Not recommended. This career fair provides an opportunity for Job Seekers to meet face-to-face with recruiters.
Your resume will be shared with the employers attending the job fair.
Yes! Agencies will be on hand to help prepare re-entry job seekers to meet employers.
If your question isn’t answered here, please contact Mildred Franco at email@example.com