Community Job Fair
Community Job Fair
The Community Job Fair takes place at the FMCC Gymnasium located at 2805 Hwy 67, Johnstown, NY, on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 from 12:00pm until 3:00pm.
This job fair is presented in partnership with Fulton Montgomery Community College, the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Work Force Solution Systems of Fulton, Montgomery and Schoharie Counties.
A list of employers can be found at Community Job Fair List of Employers link.
The list updates regularly as new employers are added. Be sure to review the best practices listed below to help you make the most out of the Job Fair!
Community Job Fair 2023
Tuesday, April 25th
12:00pm – 3pm
Appearance is the first thing employers will notice!
Always dress professionally, even if the jobs that you are interested in do not require business attire (suit, tie, dress shoes)
Jeans or formal evening attire are not appropriate
Not only dressing, but acting in a professional manner is important (don’t have your cell phone on; use professional language, you want to stand out in a POSITIVE manner)
Obtain and review List of Employers Prior to the Job Fair
Employers like to know that you have “done your homework”- learn about the companies that you are most interested in so employers know that you are serious
Make sure to meet with employers from the companies that you are most interested in first, so you don’t run out of time
You Want to “Sell Yourself” to the Employers
Use your time wisely
Stand out amongst the crowd
Always introduce yourself before the start of a conversation
Be Sure to Bring Your Resume
You don’t want run out of copies!
Bring 1-2 copies of your resume for each employer you plan on meeting with
Give yourself enough time to update your resume and get it critiqued!
Good Questions to Ask
What kinds of entry level positions exist within your company?
What qualities do you look for in new professionals?
What are the opportunities for advancement within your company?
What do I need to know about the application process?
How does your company measure performance?