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Job Fairs and Job Connections

Placer County's Business Advantage Network, together with other local agencies, co-sponsors several Job Fairs each year that are free to both employers and job seekers.

Tri County Job Fair

Save the Date:  Our next Tri-County Job Fair is scheduled for:  Friday, August 22, 2014 at the Roseville Sports Center, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.  Roseville, CA 95747. Click here for more information and employer registration and parking at the event. For a list of employers who are registered for the job fair, click here . Job seekers, to expedite your entrance into the job fair, please print and complete the Job Seeker Admission Ticket and bring a copy to the event. Follow this link to the schedule of free workshops and events.

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Regional Job Fairs

Non-Placer County sponsored job fairs in the area. Fees may apply.

Other Regional Job Fairs:

Job Connection Events

The Business Advantage Network, together with the Employment Development Department , Golden Sierra Connections Centers , Department of Rehabilitation and other local agencies co-sponsors free monthly recruiting events called Job Connections.

Employers: To learn more about Job Connections or additional recruitment services please contact Ellen Walker at 916-784-6119 or by email ewalker@placer.ca.gov.

2014 Schedule:

  1. June 11, 2014 - FedEx Ground - Brandman University, Roseville
  2. July 9, 2014 - California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Roseville Connections Center

Why come to Job Connections?

  • Meet Human Resource representatives face-to-face
  • Acquire information on current job openings and hiring processes
  • A new company is invited each month

Come prepared to:

  • Briefly introduce yourself ( 30 Second Me)
  • Share your skills and career interests with the recruiter
  • Distribute a targeted resume
  • Dress in interview appropriate attire
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