Booth searches. Determine which booths to visit by searching for those that are recruiting in your areas of interest or expertise.
Browse jobs. Search for jobs from participating exhibitors and apply online.
Customized, virtual booths. Obtain recruitment information such as employment opportunities, application requirements, and more.
Real-time, interactive chat sessions. Ask exhibitors questions. Speak one-on-one with an exhibitor who requests a private chat.
Message boards. Post questions for exhibitors when chats are not in session and read the responses at another time. Read transcripts from completed chat sessions.
Automatic email services. Receive notification regarding scheduled chat sessions and upcoming job fairs.
Integrated with the services of the Education Canada (ECN) and Education America (EAN). Apply to jobs using the resume you created on one of our partners’ sites.
User-friendly interface and design. Easily search for booths and chat with exhibitors.
Free. There is no cost for job seekers to particpate in our online job fairs.
No travel or printed resumes needed. Everything is online.
Targeted Audience. Job fairs are marketed to education organizations such as schools, school districts, and associations. EducationJobFairs.com is designed exclusively for the education industry.
Global Scope. Access job fairs from anywhere in the world. Imagine being interviewed by prospective employers no matter where you are.
Integrated with our partners. No need to add your resume to another web site. Use the one you created on one of our partners' sites.
Open 24 hours a day. An online job fair is never closed. Although an exhibitor may not be holding any scheduled chats, you will still be able to access their employment information and ask questions using the message board.
Save money. Participating in online job fairs is completely free for job seekers. Plus, save money on printed materials, travel, food, and accomodation costs that can be associated with attending typical job fairs.
Save time. No more travel. Just visit www.educationjobfairs.com. If you are registered with a partner site, use your existing resume. No need to start from scratch.
Reduce frustration and enjoy the job fair experience. The user-friendly interface and help functions make moving between booths and job fairs easy.
Convenient and accessible. The power of the internet makes online job fairs available to anyone with an internet connection.
Enjoy flexibility. Visit booths and obtain information 24/7.
EducationJobFairs.com has several features that make your job search experience enjoyable and simple. One of these features is searching booths. Using the booth search form, you can easily find exhibitors that have booths in current job fairs and are actively recruiting teachers and administrators in your areas of interest.
To start your search, visit our booth search page and follow these steps:
Under "Job Fairs," click on the drop down arrow and select the job fair you want to search. You may search all the job fairs or one at a time.
Click the boxes beside the job categories that match your interest or qualifications.
Click on the "Search" button. A list of booths that meet your search requirements will appear.
To view a booth, click on the exhibitor’s name.
The booth search function only searches for booths in current job fairs, not upcoming job fairs. If there are no current job fairs, you will not be able to find any booths. We suggest that you check our site regularly for current and upcoming events. Mark the dates on your calendar. On the first day of a job fair, visit EducationJobFairs.com and search for booths of interest to you. You can then visit the booths, check out the chat sessions that employers have scheduled during the job fair, and more.
Click here to search booths
EducationJobFairs.com gives you the opportunity to speak directly with exhibitors as you would in a typical job fair. However, the discussion takes place online and in real-time. When exhibitors create their booths, they schedule chat sessions. During these sessions, you can ask questions, discuss your qualifications and learn more about the exhibitor.
To participate in a chat:
Under "Job Fairs," click on the drop down arrow and select the job fair you want to search. You may search all the job fairs or one at a time.
From right-hand side of our homepage, click on the job fair you want to attend. A list of exhibitors is displayed. Those with chats in session have a flashing green light.
Click on the exhibitor’s name. The exhibitor’s booth appears.
Click on "enter" in the chat box (second from the left).
Click on "chat-now" to enter the chat.
Type your full name. Your full name will be displayed only to the exhibitor.
When you are finished with the discussion, click the red button in the upper right corner to log out.
If you would like to review the discussion at a later date, the transcripts are stored in the exhibitor’s message board.
EducationJobFairs.com gives exhibitors the opportunity to customize their booths using several features. When you are in a booth, you can access the features by clicking on the boxes in the main window and by clicking the links under "in our booth" on the left.
About Us - Provides general information about the exhibitor.
Chat - Displays the chat sessions the exhibitor has scheduled.
- log - view transcripts from completed chats
- chat-now - participate in a current chat session
- remind me - receive email notification for an upcoming chat
Opportunities - Provides a list of the employment opportunities for which the exhibitor is actively recruiting at the job fair.
Message Board - Displays questions and answers posted throughout the job fair. You may ask the exhibitor a question and check back later for a response. The exhibitor may also post commonly requested information. Transcripts from completed chat sessions are stored in the message board.
Main - Brings you to the opening page of the booth which displays the welcome message and the main booth sections.
Exhibitor Web Site - Links to the exhibitor’s web site.
Quick Links - Provides links to sites of interest. The links may be to their application forms, associations of which they are members, or state certification information.
Quick Facts - Tells you if the exhibitor is a private or publicly funded organization. Also provides general information such as student enrollment and number of schools.
Other Pages - The menu may list other items not mentioned above such as contact information, application information, or salary schedule. These pages have been provided by the exhibitor to make your job search easier.
If an exhibitor is a member of one of our partner sites, you can click on the exhibitor’s logo to go to their information page in the partner site
How do I participate in a job fair?
To participate in a job fair simply click on the title of the job fair under "Current Events" heading on EducationJobFairs.com home page. No username or password is required. To browse the booths of participating employer simply click on the employer's name.
What does it cost to participate?
Nothing! Participating in online job fairs is completely FREE for job seekers.
How do I know what time zone the chat sessions are for?
The times displayed on our site default to the time zone at which your computer is set. Therefore, all times will be adjusted for your time zone.
Can I be notified via email about upcoming chat sessions?
Yes. Follow these steps:
1. Click on "remind me" to the right of the chat session in which you want to participate.
2. Enter your name and email address. Be sure to type your email address correctly or you will not receive the reminder.
3. Click on the down arrow and select how much notice you would like.
4. Click on the "Submit" button.
What if I miss a chat session?
Chat session transcripts are saved in the exhibitor’s message board. To read the discussion that you missed, click on "log" to the right of the chat session listing. Or, when you are in an exhibitor’s booth, click on "message board." Then click on the "topic" you wish to read.
Why can't I access the chat room?
There could be a number of reasons why you can't access a chat room of an employer.
1. An employer does not have a schedule chat. Chat rooms are only accessible when an employer has a scheduled chat. You can find out the chat schedule of employers by click on the calendar on the left-hand side of the event's website. Otherwise, when you see a flashing green light beside the employer's name that is an indication that there is a chat going on.
2. Your internet browser does not have permission to display Flash. To resolve this visit Macromedia's website.
3. If the above does not work email us below.
What is Macromedia Flash Player?
Macromedia Flash Player delivers fast loading, front-end Web applications, high-impact Web site user interaction, interactive online advertising, and short to medium form animation. Over 414 million online users have Flash Player installed and can immediately view Macromedia Flash content.
How do I get Macromedia Flash Player?
Download and install Flash Player from the Macromedia Flash Player Download Center
How do I fix almost all Macromedia Flash Player issues?
A version of Flash Player is pre-installed with most popular Internet browsers. Sometimes, problems with a Flash Player that's already installed can prevent your upgrading to the latest player. You can resolve almost all difficulties by taking the following steps:
Make sure you have the latest version of your Internet browser.
You can check for available versions of your browser
Uninstall Flash Player.
To uninstall Flash Player, locate and delete the Flash Player plug-in or ActiveX control installed on your system. The name and location of the plug-in or ActiveX control depends on the browser and operating system you use.
Restart your computer.
Why doesn't the Macromedia Flash Player download properly with Microsoft Internet Explorer?
When Internet Explorer on Windows encounters a request from a page to download a new ActiveX control, an option is provided to allow the user to prevent the specified ActiveX control from ever installing in the future. If this option, called Install on Demand, is selected when you encounter Flash Player ActiveX controls, future installation attempts of these controls will fail.
If you are unable to install Flash Player due to this feature, first download and run an executable that rectifies the problem and then proceed to the Macromedia Flash Player Download Center to install the Flash Player.
How can I improve the performance of Macromedia Flash Player?
Typically, a faster computer will play Flash content faster. A fast connection to the Internet will enable Flash content to be downloaded to your computer more quickly. For best performance, close all other applications other than your Web browser while viewing Flash content.
Also, increase the amount of cache allocated to your browser to 10 MB. Macintosh users should increase the amount of system memory allocated to the Web browser to at least 20 MB.
I'm trying to download the Macromedia Flash Player, but I can't. How can I get it?
An earlier version of the Flash Player was pre-installed with most earlier Internet browsers. Sometimes, damage to the Flash Player that's already installed can prevent your upgrading to the latest player. This can usually be fixed by uninstalling and then reinstalling the Macromedia Flash Player. For instructions, refer to How do I fix almost all Macromedia Flash Player issues?
Note: In some cases, it's actually the browser which is preventing the successful installation of the Flash Player and simply reinstalling the Flash Player may not work. In this case, first try reinstalling or updating the browser and then reinstalling the Flash Player.
How can permissions affect installation of the Macromedia Flash Player on Windows NT and Windows 2000?
If you don't have administrator access to your Windows NT- or Windows 2000-equipped computer, you may not be able to install the Flash Player successfully. Permissions can be tricky but, in general, you should be able to install and use the Flash Player if your system administrator gives you full access to the Macromed directory (C:Winnt\System32\Macromed\).
If this does not allow you to install and access the Flash Player, your system administrator may need to experiment with varying levels of access to determine what works.
How can I make sure my Macromedia Flash Player is working?
Visit the Macromedia Flash Player test page to make sure Flash Player is installed correctly. The Flash Player installer typically directs you to that same page after installation of the Player is complete.
Why do I have to restart Windows after installing Macromedia Flash Player in Internet Explorer?
When upgrading the Flash Player for Windows in Internet Explorer, you are advised that "You must restart your computer before the new settings will take effect." Flash Player for Windows Internet Explorer is implemented as an ActiveX control. When you install Flash Player, the ActiveX control may already be in use by the system.This situation prompts the above message.
Generally, you need to only exit and relaunch Internet Explorer. If this message persists, restart your computer.
As part of EducationJobFairs.com’s commitment to make our site a professional education recruitment service, you agree to abide by our code of conduct. Your commitment to these guidelines ensures a positive experience for all participants.
EducationJobFairs.com is not responsible for the content or activities in any user-created area of the site. We reserve the right to terminate your access or delete content, without notice, found to be in violation of the code of conduct.
If you do not follow the code of conduct, exhibitors will log you out of their booths. If you continue to behave inappropriately, exhibitors will completely ban you from their chat rooms.
Respect Exhibitor’s Time
Apply to jobs only if you meet the exhibitors’ qualifications and requirements. Employers have recruitment standards. If you do not meet their standards, they will not process your application. Save yourself and the employers time by applying only if you meet the employment requirements.
Submit a complete application. Most exhibitors will explain what materials you need to provide to apply for employment with their organization. Ensure that you send everything requested.
Read the message board and chat discussion before posting a question to determine if your question has already been asked.
Respect Other Visitors
Do not chat too long. Other job seekers will be waiting in line to access the chat room. Please log out of the booth as soon as you are done asking questions.
Use Professional Language and Behavior
People of all ages, races, religions, genders, national origins, and sexual orientations are welcome to EducationJobFairs.com.
- Do not use any expressions of bigotry, hatred, harassment or abuse.
- Do not threaten harm to anyone.
- Do not use defamatory, abusive, tasteless or indecorous statements.
- Do not use sexually explicit material in conversations or nicknames.
- Do not impersonate someone else, including an EducationJobFairs.com employee.
- Treat all other online participants with respect.
Know the Law
- Do not conduct or participate in illegal or fraudulent schemes.
- Do not distribute unauthorized copies of copyrighted or illegal material.
- Do not post materials that could harm another person’s computer