The career fair returns after a several-year hiatus, and it will feature more than 30 employers.
Rose State College will host a career fair Monday, April 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the career fair is free and open to the public.
“When it comes to sourcing career opportunities for job seekers and evaluating potential hires for employers, nothing tops in-person networking and conversations,” said John Cain, Rose State College workforce development director of career services. “After an absence for the past few years, we are very excited to bring the career fair at Rose State College back to our community.”
Employers representing a broad range of industries, from banking and municipalities to technology, have already registered to participate, including the following:
- ABLE Commission
- Absentee Shawnee Tribal Health
- Catalyst Dental
- Cedar Ridge Behavioral Hospital
- Chickasaw Nation
- Child Care Inc.
- City of Midwest City
- Dell Technologies
- Dental Depot
- Edmond Police
- Edmond Public Safety Commission
- FNB Community Bank
- Johnson Controls
- Metropolitan Library System
- Oklahoma City University
- Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
- Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
- OU Health
- Rose State/EmPower Program
- SSM Health St. Anthony
- The City of Oklahoma City
- True Sky Credit Union
- United States Postal Service
Attendance is free for participants, but advanced registration is encouraged. To register, go to workforce.rose.edu/career-fair.
For employers, the registration fee of $125 includes parking, refreshments and lunch for two, a six-foot table with a black tablecloth, two chairs and event promotion. To register before the Friday, March 31 deadline, go to bit.ly/rsccareerfair.