Virtual Career Fair
Connect employers with local job seekers in a virtual online environment
Employers can attract and engage candidates in a no-contact job fair, including one-on-one chat, and opportunities to amplify their brand.See all products
Career fairs remain an important part of employers’ outreach efforts to recruit new talent. In the current environment, “no contact” events make more sense than ever, and provide a great opportunity to highlight an employer brand and engage candidates. Our Virtual Career Fair platform readily adapts to events that combine virtual and in-person aspects, as well as branded events like Top Workplaces.
Virtual Career Fair benefits for both employers and job seekers:
- Artificial intelligence technology helps match employers with relevant candidates, and helps candidates identify jobs that match their skills and experience, saving time for all participants.
- Immersive event experience enables job seekers to search for jobs closest to them, and view information about hiring employers -- including enhanced employer branding, detailed company information, and employers’ videos.
- Job seekers can engage in one-on-one text, audio or video chat interviews with employers.
- Online event structure lets all participants realize the benefits of a career fair, without the risk and costs associated with an in-person event.
What employers can expect:
- Employers have multiple opportunities to showcase branding. Depending on the event, sponsorship tiers may be available to participating exhibitors.
- Employers can download their entire chat history with all candidates after the event; plus, they can see which job seekers visited their booth, including those who did not chat with a recruiter.
- Employers can have multiple recruiters: each can chat simultaneously with multiple job seekers, and “hand off” candidates between recruiters, as needed.
- The employer’s booth remains live for a month from the start of the event, to capture information on residual job seeker visitors.
Check out case studies on recent Virtual Career Fairs: