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AIOIC Career Fair
9 December 2016 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
American Indian OIC, a community resource and employment agency, will host the AIOIC Career Fair: Networking, Interviewing, & Hidden Opportunities event December 9, 2016 from 11:00a-3:00p to help community members, students, and graduates gain access to state and local employers with open positions. Job-seekers will have the opportunity to network with potential employers and partake in some on-site interviews.
This career fair is being sponsored by Lutheran Social Service, UPS and Argosy University, is open to anyone in the Twin Cities 7-County Metropolitan Area, and is designed to help fill workforce gaps in high demand fields.
Which employers will be present?
So far the following employers have officially registered to be exhibitors at the AIOIC Career Fair:
1) Lutheran Social Service
3) MN Dept of Human Services
4) MN Dept of Public Safety
6) Augustana Care
7) Volt Workforce Solutions
8) Mental Health Resources
9) FedEx Ground
10) US Bank Stadium
11) MN Dept of Veteran Affairs
12) Argosy University
13) Minnesota Gastroenterology, P.A.
14) Reading and Math Corps
15) Regions Hospital
16) Episcopal Homes
18) Family Dollar
20) MN Dept of Corrections
21) Select Comfort
22) Durham School Services
23) Minneapolis Police Dept.
24) Metropolitan Council
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
American Indian OIC is conveniently located at the intersection of Cedar and Franklin Avenues in South Minneapolis and is accessible by the Blue Line, Hiawatha bike trail, and multiple bus routes and has free parking.
How do I prepare for this event?
1) Pre-register for the fair.
2) Research registered employers.
3) Bring multiple copies of your resume.
4) Consider bringing a portfolio which should include copies of your resume, a list of references, and samples of your best work.
5) Wear appropriate business attire; dress to be interviewed.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact American Indian OIC by calling 612.341.3358 and speak with the Community Engagement Coordinator.