Job and career fairs
can be advantageous opportunities to find new work positions. Not only do they let you see companies interested in hiring, they also function as mini-interviews. This allow you leave a good impression with a potential employer. Understanding how to prepare for one lets you get the most out of your attendance. Study interview questions before you attend. At worst, this gets you ready for future applications. At best, these informal meetings can turn into an actual interview. On the same page, dress for the job that interests you. Showing up in appropriate clothing makes you look professional, as if a company could hire you on the spot. If possible, pre-register for the job fair
as this lets businesses pre-screen your information. In addition, it also typically provides you with information that attendees who show up at the door may not receive. You can potentially discover which companies will be there, allowing you to research them. Use this information at the various stations to demonstrate your initiative and interest in the businesses you choose. Take multiple copies of your resume with you. You'll want at least one for every company that interests you, plus a few more just in case.