Not only are they working to make this a gree event, but also: Free Admission, Free parking, Free childcare, and a Free eco-shuttle provided from Gateway Transit Center. Very Nice.
Related Info from Dr. Harry: Monday Staff Meeting: Getting the MOST Out of a Job Fair
From Press Release:
BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES CAREER FAIR MAY 16
17th Annual Women in Trades Career Fair Goes Green!
WHAT: Come discover high-paying careers in construction-related trades during the 17TH Annual Women in Trades Career Fair. Participate in hands-on activities such as operating heavy equipment, framing a house, climbing utility poles, wiring light switches, soldering copper pipes, welding, exploring solar power, learning about eco-roofs and many other trades related learning activities. Everyone is invited. Attendance is Free. No advance registration is required.
WHO: Meet successful tradeswomen role models, including electricians, carpenters, heavy equipment operators, line workers, plumbers, and more. Learn about apprenticeship programs and community college programs training opportunities.
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Portland Jobs Listings/Tweets from the various accounts the last few days (plus replies from friends of PortlandTwitterJobs)
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Obviously, here at Portland Twitter Jobs, we believe that social media (and twitter in particular) is good for business and job seekers. But don’t take it from us, see what Portland Search Marketing company engineworks has to say. They even mentioned us!
Should my business be on Twitter?
Everyone is Talking about Twitter
Twitter is gaining a lot of attention lately, for um…gaining a lot of attention. The site’s popularity even warranted a news story on CNN this week, leading to millions of social media laggards to ask two questions: ‘wait, what is Twitter?’ and the more introspective, ‘Do I need to be on Twitter?’ Read more at engineworks
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The Portland Shop Symposium isn’t a job fair or job panel but these are definitely the kinds of people to network with and learn from. This is especially true if you can provide services that local retailers and entrepreneurs are looking for (sales jobs, creative jobs, service jobs).
From Shop Symposium:
35 Local Business Leaders Join to Educate Business Owners
Second Annual SHOP Symposium for Portland Retailers and Entrepreneurs
Tickets are still available to the second annual SHOP Symposium, a one-day conference for small business owners and entrepreneurs looking to draw an edge in what may seem an over-saturated market. Like last year’s selling-out SHOP/08 (touted as “fabulous”, “uplifting” and having “contagious energy”), Portland’s unique SHOP Symposium is a forum fit to educate and equip Portland’s business-minded individuals, with 35 leaders in the Portland business community speaking on panel, adding to a lively, educationally rich dialogue followed by an audience-approved Q & A. Read the rest of this entry »
In these economic times, many people are discovering that using social media tools can be highly valuable to network, research, and find career opportunities.
A few months back, I started a twitter account (@pdxjobs) to syndicate good & interesting jobs I found across the net. Luckily, we live a great community here in Portland and many people have helped. From the beginning, other PDXers were sending me jobs to post. KGW even had me/@pdxjobs on “Live at 7″ to help people find jobs.
If you are on twitter, I hope @PDXJobs helps you. Also, send me jobs you find, retweet it & use #pdxjobs hash-tag so others can follow jobs across the search timeline.
Because jobs range a great deal, I created a few others that cater only to certain fields. They aren’t quite running yet but, they will within a week so follow them if you are looking for jobs in these fields
Clicking name on left takes you to twitter account. Clicking description on right takes you to posts here in that category.