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New York Job Fair

Event Details

New York Job Fair

Time: April 14, 2011 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Metropolitan Pavilion
Street: 125 West 18th Street
City/Town: New York, NY 10011
Website or Map: http://www.metropolitanevents…
Phone: (954) 678-1807
Event Type: job, fair
Organized By: NSHP / LatPro
Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2012

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Event Description

Are you bilingual and live in the New York area?

Join us on April 14, 2011 for the NSHP NY Bilingual Professional Job Fair.
This is your opportunity to meet with top quality employers seeking diversity in bilingual, professional candidates like you!  We encourage you to visit regularly for updates on this career fair along with the updated company listing.


Participating Employers:

Boy Scouts of America
Bed Bath and Beyond
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Canon USA
Citizens Bank
Graham Windham

Menlo Worldwide Logistics
New York Life Insurance

Princeton University
Visiting Nurse Service of NY
Verizon Wireless


Click here to view the complete list of exhibitors.

If you are a company interested in exhibiting, download the form to reserve a booth

Comment Wall


Comment by Ricardo Llera-Gastelum on April 7, 2011 at 1:17pm
Looking forward to this event.
Comment by Humberto Forcelledo on March 30, 2011 at 2:28pm


There is a very good chance you will NOT find free parking and I do not recommend parking in the street. However, you may want to Google PARKING and the address and you most likely will come up with several choices.


Comment by Humberto Forcelledo on March 30, 2011 at 2:25pm


I suggest that not only you bring resumes. Since the new norm for résumés is 3 pages TOP, I recommend you may want to bring several "flavors" of your resume in which you highlight different aspects in your career that may correspond to a particular company’s interest

I for example have extensive experience in Information Technology, E-Commerce, traditional as well as online Marketing, programming etc. Listing all of these will give me a 12-page resume which I have been told will end up in the garbage. So I have “Compartmentalized " my resume(s) my emphasizing one particular skillset where a company may feel more comfortable in its understanding, while not devoting as much space to another even though they all meet at some point. However, I do not expect an IT executive to try to figure out how my knowledge of Networking Infrastructure fits with my marketing experience.

Another suggestion; A pack of Resume Parchment paper is a few dollars at staples and it does have a very strange psychological impact on recruiters. The answer I received for this was “Well it shows you are PROUD of your career and willing to invest on it”.


Therefore, MY vote is YES for resumes. J

Comment by Emilio M. Miron on March 22, 2011 at 10:14pm
Do we need to bring resumes?
Comment by Rebecca Miller Pringle on March 22, 2011 at 7:04am
parking info?
Comment by Wesley Coll on March 16, 2011 at 9:22am

Dear LatPro,

Is there any chance that job prospects in the media/editorial industry (writing, editing, reporting, etc) and/or blogging will be added to this event? Perhaps participants could benefit from professional positions offered by news websites, magazines, newspapers, media companies and the like. Just a suggestion.

Thanks and regards,


Wesley Coll

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