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Health Programs Open House and Job Fair
Health Programs Open House and Job Fair
Thursday, March 28, 2019
3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Lakeland Community College
Health Technologies Building

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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.

CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY FOR AN UPDATED LIST OF EMPLOYERS!

Akron Children's HospitalRN; EMT; MA; OT; PT; lab techs; respiratory techs; radiology techs; surgical techs
Ashtabula County Medical CenterRN; medical assistant; lab; surgical technician
Cleveland ClinicSTNA; nursing; health care; phlebotomy; radiology and more
Continuing Healthcare Solutions of MentorRN; LPN; STNA; dietary aide; cook; housekeeper
Crossroads/Beacon Healthmedical assistant; school-based counselor; therapist; case managers
Crossroads Hospice & Pallative CareRN; STNA; medical biller
Generations Behavioral HealthRN; LPN; STNA
Heartland of WilloughbyRN; LPN; STNA; dietary aide; housekeeper
Homewatch Caregivers / CEFAcaregivers; direct support professionals; job coaches
Hudec Dentaldental hygiene
Jenningspart-time and full-time care partners
Legacy Health ServicesRN; LPN; STNA; dietary; cook; laundry; housekeeping
Lake HealthRN; patient care associate; patient registration; medical laboratory technician; medical assistant; medical technologist and more
Medical Mutualcustomer care specialist; medical coder
Midwest MedicalEMT; paramedic; ambulette driver
Ohio Ambulance Solutions, Inc.EMT; paramedic; emergency medical dispatch; medical billing
Ohio Living Breckenridge VillageRN; LPN; STNA; culinary
Regency Hospital Cleveland EastRN; nursing assistant; pharmacy technician; telemetry technician
ScribeAmericamedical scribe
The Fountains Assisted LivingRN; LPN; STNA; dietary aides; cooks
The MetroHealth SystemRN; LPN; STNA; laboratory techs; phlebotomists; medical assistants; radiology techs, paramedics and more
University Hospitalsnursing; nursing support; administrative; operations; IT and corporate
Visiting AngelsRN; LPN; STNA; home health aide; caregiver; nursing students; perspective trainees
Visiting Nurse Association of OhioRN; LPN; home care aides; therapists; social workers
Windsor House, Inc./Burton Health Care CenterRN; LPN; STNA
Students, Alumni, and Community Members — Career Fair Success Tips
WHAT TO WEAR

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:

Women:

  • 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

Men:

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

AVOID:

  • 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
JOB FAIR TIPS

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.


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