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    Here is some help for job fairs
    By CC

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    I have been to a couple of job fairs and well here are some things that I have noticed. ONE make sure you look professional do not wear jeans or khaki's a dress or suit would be great. Have A LOT of resumes and A LOT of packets (resume, references, evaluations, philosophy, etc.). Also have your portfolio but make it a mini version. Mine is 50 pages so I picked 10 pages that were the best and took that with me. YOu can tell them this is a mini version and you would be happy to show them the full one at a later date. Make sure you have several BLACK pens for filling out applications and other stuff. You may also want to have tissues, a bottle of water, hard candy to suck on before and after interviews(especailly if you get cotton mouth when you are nervous) Just make sure to get rid of it before you introduce yourself to your next interview. Also if you are going with friends or people you know it is fine to talk to them and relax but keep in mind while you are in THE AREA of interviewers your behavior is being watched and this can effect your impression on them. GOOD LUCK and have fun.

    P.S. BE CAREFUL OF THOSE DISTRICTS THAT SIGN ON THE SPOT. THEY CAN BE SCARY. IT THEY ARE A GOOD DISTRICT THEY WILL WANT YOU TO VISIT THEM ESPECAILLY IF THEY ARE IN ANOTHER PART OF THE STATE OR COUNTRY.



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