Job Fairs & Career Events
Employers: REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Students: To view job descriptions, please visit Highline College's Online Job Portal My Interfase, click here. Employer list below, more to come.
|AAA of Washington|
|Advanced Health Care|
|Aero Controls, Inc.|
|All-Star Auto Glass|
|Apartment Advantage Staffing|
|Catholic Community Services|
|Creative Living Services|
|Emerald City Medical Staffing Inc|
|Farmers Insurance District Office|
|Franciscan Health System|
|H&M HENNES & MAURITZ, L.P.|
|Home Care Referral Registry|
|Kent Regional Fire Authority|
|Korean Women's Association|
|Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers|
|Life Care Centers of America|
|Lile Relocation Services|
|Madigan Army Medical Center|
|New Care Concepts, INc.|
|Northwest Hospital & Medical Center|
|OfficeTeam, Robert Half International|
|Phoenix Protective Corporation|
|Port Jobs-Airport Jobs|
|RED Safety and Security|
|Renton School District|
|Security Industry Specialists, Inc.|
|Special Care Agency|
|Think Frink Home Team|
|U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP & Border Patrol)|
|U.S. Senator Patty Murray|
|US Marine Corps|
|Valley Cities Counseling & Consultation|
|Volt Workforce Solutions|
|Washington Community Action Network|
|Washington State Patrol|
|Wyndham Vacation Ownership|
1) Q: I can’t log in?
A: If you created a new profile - it takes up to 2-3 days to approve a employer. If you are not seeing a payment screen, this is because your profile hasn't been approved. You will recieve an email indicating that your profile is active and you can continue to register.
2) Q: How do I pay?
A: Employer can pay by check or credit card. When you register, you will be prompted to a payment screen to choose a payment method.
3) Q: Who is the targeted audience?
A: In the past, we had over 500 students attend and over 70 employers participate. This is a general job fair that captures all students, alumni and community members.
4) Q: Why is it $75 to attend?
A: CASE highly promotes all job fairs to all campus, alumni and community members. Employers will get a 6ft table, 2 chairs, with lunch and parking provided. Logos will be visible to all students, alumni and community members during the job fair.
5) Q: Are students prepared for a Job Fair?
A: Yes, there are workshops offered during the week before of the job fair to prepare students for success.
6) Q: Where can I find a W-9 form?
A: Click the link to fill out your W-9 form.
7) Q: Where do I find my EIN number?
A: You will find your EIN number through your Human Resources department.
If you have any questions or need help with your Summer Job Fair registration, please call the Career and Student Employment (CASE) front desk at (206) 592-3350.
To post jobs please visit www.collegestudents4hire.com.
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.Schedule an appointment to have Student Employment review your resume or to learn about being prepared for a job fair.
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)
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