Health Care and Human Services Job & Resource Fair, December 15

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Come and explore Health Care and Human Services employment options at a free job and resource fair at North Shore Community College (NSCC).  The job and resource fair will be held Monday, December 15, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at NSCC’s Lynn Campus gym, 300 Broad Street.

 

Find out about job openings with local employers such as:

All Care

Associated Home Care

Aviv Centers for Living

Beverly Hospital

Bridgewell

Centerboard

Chelsea  Jewish Foundation

Children’s Friend and Family Services

Community Enterprises

Eliot Community Human Services

Essex Park/Peabody Glen

FirstLight Home Care

Freedom Home Care

Gentle Dental

Greater Lynn Senior Services

Grosvenor Park

Hallmark Health System, Inc.

International Medical Interpreters of NS

Lahey Health Behavioral Services

NSMC Salem Hospital

Shore Educational Collaborative

South Bay Mental Health Center

Spaulding Rehabilitation

Sunrise at Gardner Park

Sunrise at Lynnfield

Union Hospital

Before the  Fair:

  • Attend the workshop How to work a Job Fair – Dec 8th at the Career Center of Lynn – 9:30am-Noon
  • Update your résumé.  Set up a meeting with Career Placement.  Proof read all communications.
  • Research beforehand. Learn about the employers you are interested in ahead of time and familiarize yourself with their mission statement, positions they have available and recent press releases.
  • Make an A-list, a B-list and a C-list of companies you want to talk to, meeting with the companies that you’re most interested in first.
  • Engage in mock interviews with Career Placement to help you prepare to explain your skills.
  • Network with other industry experts and job seekers, including Career Placement and classmates, to exchange job-hunting ideas, provide support, and even obtain leads.
  • Dress and act the part.  Treat a career fair as you would a traditional job interview, as this is your chance to make a first impression with employers.  Listen carefully and be sure to thank recruiters for their time.
  • Arrive early and bring multiple copies of your résumé.  Recruiters might talk to hundreds of candidates during an event. Speaking to them before they get burnt out could give you an edge.

 

Be sure to check out our resource tables for more information about our education pathways, support services and community partnerships.

For more information, contact Lorin Buksa at 978-762-4000, x4413 or at lbuksa@northshore.edu

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