15th Annual Philadelphia Diversity Career Fair
About to graduate? Tired of your current career situation? If you’re ready for the next, new steps in life, look no further. We’ve got what you’re searching for.
On April 27th, we’re celebrating the 15th year of the Philadelphia Diversity Career Fair, taking place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. We want to help you jumpstart your career whether you’re a recent grad or an already experienced professional looking for a change.
We’re including a résumé review station, a professional headshot booth, career advice from Philly’s top executives, and the opportunity to connect with the region’s top employers.
Starting your new career can be scary, but who said you have to do it alone? Explore new opportunities and improve your networking with a little bit of help. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss!
Admission is free, but registration is required.
Be sure to bring at least 20 copies of your résumé, including one for the registration table.
We’ll be enforcing a dress code of professional attire only. This means no jeans, sweatpants, sneakers, flip flops, etc. You know the deal. Dress to impress!
Date and Time: April 27, 2016, noon to 4 p.m.
Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA, 19107
Click here for more information, including a map, directions, and a voucher for discounted parking.
About the Organizer
AL DÍA News Media is a dynamic news organization based in Philadelphia, with an increasingly national scope and reach. Our multi-platform news media organization showcases the fullness of the Latino experience in the United States — fostering engagement and driving a new American narrative.
AL DÍA empowers Latinos to write their own story and is the only news media organization that defines the Latino experience proactively. AL DÍA offers readers a unique perspective in the midst of the cluttered media landscape with its national news website available in English and Spanish, a newspaper, English-language events including media panels, political conversations, film screenings, and other ambitious content initiatives.This is a paid partnership between AL DÍA and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio