Cincinnati Mayor Career Expo
February 28 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
One event on February 29, 2020 at 9:00 am
Duke Energy Convention CenterFREE
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Employers – Register today to be part of the Cincinnati Mayor Career Expo. Attendees, get ready to start your career.
The Cincinnati Mayor Career Expo is a two-day event that allows employers to connect with Cincinnati’s job seekers who are excited about creating a career. The expo works in conjunction with the Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s Youth to Work (Y2WK) program and the City of Cincinnati’s Mayor’s Office. It will bring together local employers and approximately 1200+ high school seniors, recent graduates, and college students from local colleges and universities.
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Employers will have access to qualified individuals and recent graduates that are seeking seasonal and long-term employment opportunities. Also, it will include workshops for soft skills development and space for onsite interviews.
February 28 & 29 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Would you like to be a vendor?
All vendors that register online will receive a parking pass for the two-day event. Light breakfast and coffee will also be supplied. If paying by check or with any questions or concerns, please call 513-352-4047.
For-Profit Organizations – $100
Non-Profit Organizations- $75
City Department- $50
About Cincinnati Recreation Commission
Established in 1927, the Cincinnati Recreation Commission (CRC) provides recreational, cultural, leisure, and educational activities for Cincinnatians of all ages and abilities. CRC improves the quality of life in Cincinnati, makes city neighborhoods more attractive to prospective residents, and is vital for Cincinnati’s continuing growth and competitiveness.
CRC boasts a network of citywide recreation centers that complement CRC’s variety of aquatic facilities and 2,500+ acres of CRC outdoor athletic and playground facilities. Each year, millions of people visit CRC’s recreational facilities and enjoy many programs at indoor recreation centers and outdoor play areas. In addition, tennis attractions and premier public golf courses make CRC a top-notch organization.
About Youth 2 Work Program
The City’s Youth to Work Program (Y2WK) brings together government institutions, community-based organizations, and private sector companies to offer hundreds of employment and internship opportunities to youth. Employers include City departments, non-profit organizations, and private sector partners. Youth are placed in career-oriented employment opportunities such as law enforcement, fire and safety, horticulture, recreation, art, technology, and administration.