What Candidates are Saying
"Thank you very much for the opportunity to attend this job fair. I met with a wonderful recruiter and landed the best job in the world."
"…the NSHP career fair was very well prepared, and in fact helped me to land a job. Thank you so much for your help. You make a big difference in our Hispanic communities."
"You guys do a great job! This is the FIRST career fair I've attended and I wasn't very excited about going... You prompted me to try it out. I just talked to 3 companies about positions and ended up landing interviews with 2 of them. I have been offered and have accepted a job with one! Thanks for helping me put myself out there"
How we stack up against the competition...
I attended a [competitor's] job fair in Pittsburgh and a Latpro.com job fair in Atlanta. [...] The first one in Pittsburgh was a disappointment. [...] the event was moved from one location, to another location, just a couple of days before [...] none of the bilingual positions that we presented resonated with our candidates. [...] most were not bilingual, not from a diversity status, and they didn't know that the job fair was for bilingual and diverse candidates.
Recruiter, diversity ambassador
In Atlanta, on the other hand, I executed my first Latpro job fair. We met a lot of Spanish-speaking professionals and the material that we presented was right in target with our audience. We had a fabulous presence and met many candidates of high caliber.
So if you have to decide which job fair to attend, my recommendation is to go with Latpro. I will attend another Latpro in Dallas in October, so I look forward to reporting on those results and hopefully reiterating my first impression.