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On-campus parking is available in the Forbes Avenue Parking garage.   


First hour - $6.00

1 - 2 hours - $8.00

2 - 3 hours - $10.00

3-10 hours - $12.00


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Need some help creating a resume? Want to job search? Need copies or a computer? Get connected to the career center services and resources you'll need.

CAREER EXPO FOR ALL 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • General job fair for all job seekers
  • Employers from all industries
  • Job seeker resource center powered by Monster
  • Resume services on site



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VETS FIRST 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

DOLLAR BANK PRESENTS: 

  • Special opportunites for veterans
  • Veterans networking breakfast
  • Early access to job fair for veterans 
  • Veterans resource center
  • One-on-one career counseling 

Duquesne Power Center Ballroom

1015 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15282

The HiringPittsburgh Career Expo will be located at the Duquesne Power Center Ballroom, located on the corner of Forbes Avenue, one block from PPG Paints Arena.

Job seekers will have a chance to enter to win prizes!

Resumes

Bring copies of your resume for employers. You can also upload a resume in advance. We'll be collecting resumes at the door and providing them to employers after the event. Don't have a resume? A resume-writing service will be available at the fair.



OPEN TO ALL. SPECIAL OPPS FOR VETS. 

The 2017 Hiring Fair is open to all job seekers but with an Operation Hire a Veteran component offering special activities and early access for veterans. 

Here are five tips to get prepared:

  1. Develop a resume: Highlight your skills and accomplishments.  Your resume should be error-free and concise. Bring several copies.  If you don’t have a resume, you can create one at the fair with the help of experts from Manpower. 
  2. Learn about organizations attending the fair: Impress an employer and be one of the few attendees who knows something about the company.  You’ll be positively remembered. 
  3. Introduce yourself and shake hands: In many ways, a career fair  is a test of your social skills.  Practice in advance with a friend.  Spend a little time beforehand figuring out your response to “Tell me a little about yourself.” 
  4. Dress appropriately: In most cases, you’ll want to dress professionally.  Sometimes business casual is fine, but don’t go too casual. 
  5. Focus on what you can offer: You’ll be a refreshing change to  most company reps if you tell them what you can do for their organizations instead of asking what they can do for you.  Then be sure to grab each representative’s business card.


Become an exhibitor! 

HiringPittsburgh Workshop Schedule

A schedule will be available at a later date. 

For more information, contact Samantha Young, at syoung@post-gazette.com or call 412-263-1457. 

To reserve a booth, contact Deb Hansen, at dhansen@post-gazette.com or call 412-263-1655.