American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Career Fair

How Job Seekers and Employers Connect

The Career Fair, which is part of ASHA's three-day annual Convention, is the place where job seekers and employers connect. Employers meet one-on-one with job seekers about opportunities to advance in the CSD professions. Employers range from hospitals, schools, universities, and private practices. Job seekers can be students, newly certified members, or seasoned professionals. Some job seekers are just starting their career, some want to change their work setting, others are seeking to advance their career. Between 10,000 and 12,000 certified ASHA members and students are expected to attend this year's Convention. The Career Fair is always a major attraction-an excellent opportunity to bring organizations and individuals together.

Employers

Job Seekers

Employers purchase booths to interview, search online resumes, post jobs in the online job bank, and schedule interviews.

Job seekers post their resumes, search jobs, research the employers who will be attending, and schedule interviews.

Employers who register and pay for a Career Fair Booth by September 10 are guaranteed to get a free 35-word employer profile in the ASHA On-Site Exhibits Guide that is distributed to Convention attendees onsite in Chicago, Illinois. 

Career Fair Customer Service
Available 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Phone: 888-491-8833, ext.1014
E-mail: customerservice@jobcontrolcenter.com

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