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Job Fairs & Career Events

Student Employment hosts jobs fairs and employment workshops throughout the year.


Our job fairs bring employers from a wide variety of industries together with students, alumni, and community members. Positions include fulltime, part time, and temporary opportunities. Always free to job seekers and open to the public.

Job fairs are located in the Highline Student Union, building 8, unless otherwise noted - (map and directions)

Schedule an appointment to have Student Employment review your resume or to learn about being prepared for a job fair.

2014 Spring Job Fair ~ May 22, 2014 ~ 9am to 12:30pm
Employer Registration open!

Currently registered employers include:

AAA Washington
Bright Horizons
Farmers Insurance District Office
Hoang Insurance & Financial Services
Homejoy
IKEA
Keller Williams Realty Puget Sound
King County Dept. of Adult & Juvenile Detention
KSD - Kent School District
LegalShield & Identity Theft Services
Menzies Aviation
OfficeMax
PlyGem Windows
Primerica Financial Services
Pugetsound ESD
Qdoba Mexican Grill
SMX - Staff Management
Two Men And A Truck
Advanced Health Care
Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound
Car Pros Automotive Group
Convergantusa.com
Family Resource Home Care
Harris Rebar
Indemand Interpreting
Nielsen
Primerica
Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union
Silver Cloud Inns & Hotels
Sound Options
Uwajimaya
Valley Cities Counseling
Vector Marketing/Cutco Cutlery
Washington State Convention Center
Year Up

Employers: for more information about an event or to register for a job fair click here or
contact us at 206-592-3350 or at studentemployment@highline.edu  Download a W-9

Job Seekers: Be prepared! Dress professionally, have copies of your resume, be prepared to talk about your education and abilities, ask questions, put away distractions, and relax! This is a great opportunity to network. Learn how to prepare for a job fair.

Local job fairs and events

Search for events through Worksource or Washington Job Network.