- You do not have to qualify for their disability program in order to attend.
- You do not have to attend the job fair the entire day.
- Work at home and Brick and Mortar jobs will be represented in the job fair.
- The job fair is free to register for and attend.
Just in case you are wondering which employers will be attending the virtual job fair, here are a few that have already been confirmed to chat with you regarding their current job opportunities here.
Fifth Third Bank
TTEC (formerly TeleTech)
VIP Desk Connect
Windy City Call Center
As it gets closer to the date of the job fair, more employers will be added to this list. If you have not attended a virtual job fair yet and are looking for a work at home job, please take advantage of this wonderful resource to help you connect with employers because it could lead to the company pulling your application or resume that you have submitted in the past or even a job offer. Some of my blog visitors and loyal readers have shared with me that the job fair made a big difference in their work at home journey and they were more confident in applying to legitimate companies and viewed it as a learning experience. A few people even told me that they got hired just by attending a job fair. You can share your experiences on my FB Group here.
Don’t forget to tell your family, friends, or acquaintances who may be looking for a job to attend because My Employment Options only hosts these job fairs about 2 or 3 times a year. If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact Lori Adler who is the Senior Marketing Liaison and Online Events Manager for My Employment Options. If necessary, you can contact her by phone at 1 800-441-3114 Ext. 763. You can let Lori know that you heard about the job fair from Homebasedmommie or Workersonboard.
For additional resources about My Employment Options and the services they provide as well as their work at home opportunities, please read these posts.