Seasonal and Part-Time Career Fair
Spring Part-Time & Seasonal Job Fair
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 CANCELLED
10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lakeland Community College
Building A, Bookstore Hallway


Students, Alumni, and Community Members:

There will be a wide range of opportunities at this event. This a great way to meet many employers in one day to discuss current job openings, ask about future opportunities, and obtain career and company information. Review the list of attending companies and their open positions plus job fair success tips! Contact Career Services for additional information or help.


Aladdin Rentswarehouse associate; delivery associate; delivery helpers
AQUA DOC Lake & Pond Managementlake and pond specialist/field biologist; administrative assistant
Camp Wisecabin counselors; specialists (sports, lifeguards, horseback riding, media, arts & crafts, biking)
Cedar Pointwide variety of seasonal park positions
Chick-fil-A at Great Lakes Mallshift leader; team member
Cleveland Clinic Foundationnon-clinical (admin.; customer service; finance; human resources; IT; lab; support services and more) and some clinical
(The) Cleveland Museum of Artpart-time & full-time temporary gallery guards; part-time temporary retail sales associate; visitor services associate
Cyrus Massoudi State Farmfull-time sales team member/insurance coach; part-time telephone lead generator; seasonal intern
Delaware North – Cleveland Sportservice at Progressive Fieldseasonal positions: office admin.; stand cashiers; bartenders; night auditors; baristas; busser; catering team members; cook/prep cook; utility/dishwasher; internships; & more
Dollar Bank, FSBtellers; personal banker/floating personal banker; assistant branch manager
Fastenalpart-time sales support
FedEx Groundpart-time package handlers
Geauga County Engineer highway maintenance summer student
Girl Scouts of North East Ohiosummer resident camp positions and part-time positions: recruitment specialists; retail clerk; IT and marketing interns
Goodtime Cruise Line, Inc.deckhand; galley; reservationist; security
Gunton Corp. DBA Pella Windowsmarketing brand promoter canvasser
Holden Forests & Gardensseasonal workers in almost all departments; guest services manager
Home Depotcashier; lot; overnight freight; sales
Jergens, Inc.assemblers; warehouse/material handling; shop
Jewish Family Service Associationhome health aide; direct support professional
Lake County Board of DD/Deepwoodresident workers; (substitute positions: bus attendant and driver; community support specialist; job coach; resident workers; instructor; instructor assistant; nurse; food service worker)
Lake Metroparksconcession manager; snack shop clerk; Farmpark interpreters; golf clubhouse cashier & maintenance workers; camp counselors & more
Litigation Management, Inc.record collection (case coordinator); litigation specialist; summer interns; proofreader
Meijercashier and seasonal cashier; receiving; seasonal lawn and garden; 3rd shift stocker
Nowac A J Landscaping, Inc.foreman; laborers
Pile Dynamics, Inc.electronic assembler; product assembler; field service technician; shipping & receiving specialist
Securitas Security USA, officers
Sherwin-Williamspart-time: sales associate & delivery drivers
Shoreby Clubbartender; line cook; setup/busser, server
interns: banquet; a la carte; kitchen
Sun Rental Center, drivers; cleaning crew
Walmartcustomer host; self-checkout host; online grocery; fresh food stockers (4 a.m.-1 p.m.); fresh production
Waffle Housemanager trainee; grill operator; server
Wickliffe Country PlaceRN; LPN; STNA: laundry aide; cook; dietary aide; activity assistant
Students, Alumni, and Community Members — Career Fair Success Tips

First impressions are important! If you want to make a positive first impression and stand out, we recommend that you dress in "business casual."

Business casual can include:


  • Polo shirt
  • Long-sleeved, buttoned solid shirt
  • Blouse
  • Dress pants or khakis
  • Dresses and skirts
  • Sweater/cardigan/blazer
  • Dress shoes, dress flats or 2" heels
  • Make sure your clothes are neat, clean, wrinkle-free, and fit well
  • Keep hair and nails neatly trimmed


  • Polo shirt
  • Long-sleeved, buttoned solid shirt
  • Dress pants or khakis
  • Sweater
  • Blazer
  • Tie
  • Dress shoes
  • Make sure your clothes are neat, clean, wrinkle-free, and fit well
  • Keep hair, facial hair and nails neatly trimmed


  • Short dresses and skirts. They should be no more than one inch above the knee.
  • Jeans and leggings.
  • Excessive jewelry, cologne or perfume. Cover tattoos.
  • Bright colors, loud patterns and inappropriate logos/cartoons.
  • Clothing that is torn, dirty or wrinkled.
  • Revealing clothing and plunging neck lines.
  • Flip flops, sandals and athletic clothing.
What to Wear to a Career Fair

Come with a Plan!

Review which employers will be there: Check this webpage for an updated list of employers attending.

Research company information: Visit company websites to identify who you want to meet and what they do. Impress them with your knowledge about their organization.

Bring several copies of your resume: Drop in or schedule an appointment to have your resume reviewed by us in Career Services, Rm. A-1039 or 440-525-7222.

Prepare a 30-second commercial: Practice introducing yourself by preparing a summary of your background, skills and accomplishments. Tell the employer who you are, what opportunities you are seeking and what impresses you about their organization. The goal is to be comfortable talking about yourself. Create a list of talking points. Don't try to memorize a detailed script!

Develop appropriate questions: Prepare 2-3 questions you want to ask the employer. Example: What kind of entry level positions/internships exist in your organization? What do you look for in a good application? What qualities, skills or experience do you look for in candidates?

Take notes: Have a professional looking portfolio or a pad of paper and pen to gather information. Write down any important details about companies you are interested in. Include names of people who may not have given you business cards, and ask about the next steps of the hiring process.

Follow up: Follow-up with any conversation with an employer that was of interest with a thank you email. Express appreciation for their time and express your interest in the position. Take action and apply for positions in whatever way you were directed at the fair.

Staging Enabled