Career Fairs at Scott Community College – April 20 & 26
Scott Community College (SCC) is opening its doors to the public for two, on-campus career fairs this spring. Over 20 businesses and organizations will be attendance, all actively looking to hire qualified candidates.
Wednesday, April 20, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
SCC’s Belmont Campus: Room 2300
500 Belmont Rd., Bettendorf, IA
Tuesday, April 26, from 1 – 4 p.m.
SCC’s Urban Campus: Room 133
101 W 3rd St., Davenport, IA
The attending employers* represent all industries from health care and transportation to information technology and HVAC.
Mercy One - Clinton
- Medical Assistants
- Radiology Technicians
- Respiratory Care
- Surgical Technicians
Advanced Medical Transport
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
IMI – A Global People Company
- CNC Machining, AAS
- CNC Manual, Certificate
- CNC Programming, Certificate
- Engineering Technology, AAS
- Basic Electricity, Certificate
- Basic Electronics, Certificate
- Electromechanical, Diploma
- Electrical Systems, Diploma
- Process Control Technology, Certificate
- Welding, AAS, Diploma, Certificate
Unity Point Health
- Allied Health
Genesis Medical Center
- Allied Health
YMCA of the Iowa Mississippi Valley
- Early Childhood
- Personal Trainers
Titan Machinery- SRC
- Diesel Technicians
- Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
- Transportation Technology
Allsteel, HNI & HON
- Open Hire
- Health Science
- Open Hire
United States Marine Corps
- Open Hire
Sentry Insurance Company
- Administrative Office Professional
- Business Professional
- Health Science
- Marketing and Management
- Architecture and Construction
- Information Solutions
- Cybersecurity, AAS
Select Specialty Hospital
- ADN Nursing
*Employers on this list will be updated weekly. Check back before the fair for the most up-to-date listing.
Both career fairs are free and open to the general public. Those attending are encouraged to dress appropriately and come prepared with resumes.
For questions regarding this event, please contact Joe Wayne Cole, SCC Career Services
and Academic Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-441-4021.
IS THIS YOUR FIRST CAREER FAIR?
As a college student or soon-to-be graduate, we know that getting a job is top of mind. These career fairs are a great opportunity to meet and network with potential employers. It’s also a good way to hone your interviewing skills and your personal pitch.
Here are our career fair tips to make the most of your experience:
- Research attending employers.
Find out all the companies that will be at the career fair (listed above) and create a priority list of the employers you want to meet with.
- Update your resume.
Make sure that your resume is up-to-date and highlights your most marketable skills. Bring no less than 10 copies of your resume with you. You can also bring other materials like a portfolio or list of references, if applicable for your field of study and future line of work.
- Prepare for interviews.
Prepare an “elevator speech” or personal pitch that is concise. Your elevator speech should have a handful of reasons why and how you would add value to the company.
- Dress professionally.
This includes dress pants, skirts, button-down long sleeve shirts, sweater sets, blouses, and clean shoes. In general, err on the side of caution and try to overdress as opposed to dressing too casually.
- Ask employers questions.
You can ask questions about a specific role you may be interested in, their corporate culture, the hiring process, recent company news and more. Asking questions and coming prepared shows the employer that you did your research and you are genuinely interested.
- Get the employers’ contact information and follow-up.
If you had a great conversation with someone, follow-up and let them know! The employers and interviewers at the job fair will have talked to many students throughout the day. A follow-up email – especially one that includes something specific from your conversation – will keep you top of mind.
- Stay positive.
Your body language will speak volumes about your interest in the company and being a part of their team. If you have a small notebook, take notes about what they say. You can use these notes when you follow-up with the employer, too. And remember: this is a learning experience!
Need help updating your resume or thinking of questions to ask employers? Our Career Services department is here to help, contact SCC Career Services Advisor Wayne Cole at email@example.com, 563-441-4021 or in Room 3101 at the Belmont campus.
Questions? Call toll-free 1-888-336-3907, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the college nearest you and ask to speak to an advisor.
- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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