Click link to register for Tuesday, March 25 - Thursday, March 27 virtual job fair.
AbilityLinks VIRTUAL JOB FAIR
TUESDAY, MARCH, 25 to THURSDAY, MARCH, 27, 2014
Spring back into the job market! AbilityLinks will host a three day virtual job fair Tuesday, March 25 to Thursday, March 27, 2014. All job seekers with disabilities and employers that value disability diversity are invited!
Registration is easy. Posting a resume or job(s) on AbilityLinks and completing a brief sign up form is all that’s required. Please help make this event a success: Tell job seekers with disabilities and businesses about it. Click this link to sign up or learn more.
Accessible 24 hours a day, this three day online recruiting event will match talented job seekers to employment opportunities from entry level to technical and professional. Job seekers will be able to apply for jobs posted especially for the job fair and network with recruiters in the job fair chat room.
EMPLOYERS THAT PARTICIPATED IN OUR LAST JOB FAIR
JOB SEEKER REGISTRATION INCLUDES
EMPLOYER REGISTRATION INCLUDES
REGISTRATON WILL REMAIN OPEN THROUGHOUT THE EVENT. However, a limited number of chat licenses are available on a first-come, first served basis.
CLICK LINK TO SIGN UP
Have a Question About the Virtual Job Fair? Contact Us!
Ken SkordDirector, AbilityLinks ProgramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel. 630:909-7440TTY: 630/909-7446Fax: 630:909-7441
Janice DuvallInformation and Referral CounselorEmail: email@example.comTel: 630:909-7443Fax: 630:909-7441
Bill O'ConnorInformation and Referral CounselorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 630:909-7444Fax: 630:909-7441About AbilityLinks
AbilityLinks is a web-based community where job seekers with disabilities, inclusive employers and service providers meet and gain access to valuable networking opportunities.Networking is accomplished through AbilityLinks.org, a free nationwide job opportunity website for persons with disabilities and inclusive employers that is similar to niche web sites set up to serve minorities, ethnic groups and women. Along with these groups, persons with disabilities are considered a protected class under equal employment opportunity laws.Job seekers can use AbilityLinks to leverage their disability status by posting resumes and applying for jobs through the website. Employers can use AbilityLinks to expand their applicant pool and identify qualified candidates with disabilities by posting jobs and reviewing resumes submitted through the website. More...
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