Meet Your Next Great Employee at the 2022 Job Fair hosted by Congressman Jim Banks

Strengthen your company today! The 2022 Job Fair, hosted by Congressman Jim Banks on July 6th in conjunction with Purdue University Fort Wayne and WorkOne Northeast, will connect your company with qualified prospective employees. This year's job fair will still have all the great features that have been a part of this event for the last several years, but time is of the essence if you want to be a part of this year's event.

Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with hundreds of job seekers! Recruit and interview these prospective employees the same day you meet with them. This will also be a great time to network with other business owners and to showcase your own company.

Make a difference in a person's life. Make a difference for your company. Register at the form below now to attend!


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Instructions:

To maintain the focus on meeting hiring needs, we ask that participating organizations not solicit business from one another during this event.

If you run into any problems with the online registration form, please contact our the Fort Wayne office at (260) 702-4750 or via email at derek.pillie@mail.house.gov

Job Title fields: List the job titles for positions your company has available for job seekers. Please list in order of priority. If you run out of lines, put the count for the rest of the open positions you have available in the field at the bottom of the form.

FT/PT fields: Please indicate whether the job title on that line you are hiring for is a full time or a part time position. If you have some part time positions and some full time for the same job title, please list them on separate lines.

Positions Available fields: Indicate the number of positions with that job title you have available for job seekers at this time. If you run out of lines, put the count for the rest of the open positions you have available in the field at the bottom of the form.

Interest Type fields: Indicate which of the following attribute(s) best match the candidates you are seeking for the job title on that line -

  • Realistic Practical, hands-on problems and solutions that often deal with plants, animals, wood, tools, and machinery. Jobs usually involve working outside.
  • Investigative Works with ideas and thinking. These jobs involve mentally sorting out facts and ?gures rather than persuading or leading people.
  • Artistic Involves various forms, designs, and patterns. Employees follow loose guidelines that leave room for expression instead of strict rules.
  • Social Assist others and promote learning and personal development. They prefer teaching & helping other people over working with objects, machines or data.
  • Enterprising Involves starting and carrying out projects, especially business ventures. These jobs typically involve leading, making decisions and risk taking.
  • Conventional Involves set procedures and routines & working with data and detail rather than with ideas. These jobs have precise standards & clear lines of authority.

Job Preparation Levels fields: Indicate what level of preparation best matches candidates you are seeking for the job title on that line -

  • Little / No Preparation Needed
    • Experience: Little or no previous work-related skill, or experience is needed
    • Training: A few days/weeks of training, usually done by an experienced worker
    • Education: may need a high school diploma or GED certificate
    • Examples: counter clerks, cashiers, machine operators and baristas
  • Some Preparation Needed
    • Experience: Some previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience
    • Training: A few months to one year, sometimes apprentice training program
    • Education: These careers usually need a high school diploma
    • Examples: Forest firefighters, customer service reps, security guards and tellers
  • Medium Preparation Needed
    • Experience: Previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience: may need to get a license for the job
    • Training: One or two years of training, like apprenticeship programs
    • Education: Vocational school training, job experience, or an associate's degree
    • Examples: Food service managers, electricians, barbers and medical assistants
  • High Preparation Needed
    • Experience: Long term work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is needed
    • Training: several years of work-related experience and training
    • Education: Many of these careers require a four-year bachelor's degree
    • Examples: Accountants, sales managers, graphic designers, nurses and teachers
  • Extensive Preparation Needed
    • Experience: Extensive skill, knowledge, and experience are needed for these careers. Many require more than five years of experience.
    • Training: Some on-the-job training: will usually already have the needed training
    • Education: Graduate school education: master's degree, Ph.D., M.D., or J.D.
    • Examples: librarians, lawyers, biologists, clergy, surgeons, and veterinarians

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