Mon, Jun 30, 2014
More Than 20 Aviation Companies Will Be Represented At The Events
Online registration is now available for the 3rd Annual EAA College Social that, along with the 2nd Annual EAA Job Fair, will provide event attendees opportunities in College Park to leave AirVenture with more than a souvenir. Both events are included in AirVenture admission.
More than 20 aviation companies, airlines, and colleges will be represented at the EAA Job Fair in College Park on Wednesday, July 30, from 12-3 p.m., which will include resume reviews from members of The 99’s. Many employers actively recruit during AirVenture so business cards and a resume are highly encouraged. No registration is required.
On Friday, August 1, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., meet with 30 aviation companies and schools to learn about career paths and educational opportunities at the EAA College Social. Held in the College Park QUAD area, located on the west side of the park, the social is a great way for students to research and connect with universities and trade schools. Register online for the event.
College Park is located across from the ATC Tower and is on the corner of Waukau Avenue and Knapp Street. The park was created in 2013 to serve as a dedicated area for education and innovation, and for colleges, universities, and employers to meet with prospective employees and students. In 2013 the EAA Job Fair drew 1,200 people and the College Social brought in more than 400 people.
(EAA Photo: Brian Quade of the University of Dubuque speaks with Connie, Leigh, and Hunter Brian Haveneur during the first College Park Job Fair in 2013. Photo by Julie Wagner)
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