Networking & Career Fairs

Networking & Career Fairs

Career Fairs provide ideal settings to meet potential employers and to discuss part-time, full-time and internship positions. It is your chance to step forward and be noticed.

Career Fairs are your opportunity learn more about jobs and internships offered by companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations where you might like to work. Some employers and fairs are focused on students from specific colleges or majors, but many are interested in Reinhardt students from any major.

Remember, connecting and engaging with other professionals is something you’ll do throughout your career. It’s not just a one-time step but rather part of the cycle of continued personal and professional growth.

Upcoming Career Fairs

Reinhardt University Career & Job Fair

Wednesday, March 22, 2023, from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Brown Athletic Center, Gym

This Career Fair & Job Fair is designed for Reinhardt students and community members to interact with employers offering full-time career entry-level positions. Students and community members can network with employers from a variety of industries and learn more about their hiring needs. All majors are welcome to attend! Click here to register.

Douglas County Community Career Fair

Saturday, March 25, 2023, from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Douglasville Public Safety Complex

The Douglasville Police Department will be hosting a Community Job Fair outside on their front lawn. They are inviting all businesses in Douglasville, Douglas County, and surrounding to participate whether they are hiring for full-time, part-time, or temporary positions. Come and check out your employment options in one place. This will include all businesses as well as law enforcement agencies and other government employment opportunities.

Any inquiring businesses on booth space, or those seeking more information, can contact Sgt. Dean:

Sgt. Shannon Dean


Location: Douglasville Public Safety Complex 2083 Fairburn Rd. Douglasville, Georgia 30135

IRS Virtual Job Fair 

Wednesday, March 29, 2023, at 1:00 PM


We are hiring throughout the IRS! Join our virtual information session featuring several of our business divisions to learn about a variety of open or soon-to-be open entry-level and mid-career level positions. No matter where you are in your career - just starting out, a recent graduate, or you have years of experience, we have positions we'd love to tell you about. There must be something for you! 


In past sessions, we heard about job opportunities from our: 

Enforcement divisions: 

  • Large Business and International 
  • Tax Exempt & Government Entities 

Tax administration support divisions: 

  • Independent Office of Appeals 
  • Office of Online Services 
  • Research, Applied Analytics & Statistics 

Taxpayer service divisions: 

  • Field Assistance 


Click here to signup.

Cherokee Chamber - Passport to Employment

Wednesday, March 29, 2023, from 9:30 AM-3:30 PM

Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce

The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Passport to Employment on March 29th from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM at their office located at 3605 Marietta Hwy in Canton! This free career assistance event is available to anyone interested with subject matter experts ready to help with resume building, interview and soft skills, and online search assistance. Pre-register for the event here. You can also find more information on the Chamber’s website here.

Students and Employers – Advance Registration Required


While the term “professional dress” means different things in different occupations, one thing is certain: You must look polished when you attend an interview or job fair.

Some students make the mistake of dressing for a job fair or interview as they would on the job. In many cases, you can dress much more casually on the job than you should for an interview or job fair. Remember, you have to get the job before you can dress like someone who already has a job!

Below are a few tips on dressing professionally for job interviews and job fairs.


Professional Not-so-Professional
Business suit in a conservative color (navy, gray, or black are preferred);
women may wear suits with either a skirt or pants
Khakis, jeans, or sweats
For men: dress shirt and tieShirt tail not tucked in, stains or wrinkles, neck tie not properly tied
For women: blouse that complements the suit;
neckline no lower than collarbone; skirt hem
should be no more than two inches above the knee
Low necklines or hemlines on skirts more than two inches
above the knee; pants above the ankle
Clothes clean and pressedShoes run down at the heels, scuffed, or not polished, white socks
Shoes: for men—wing tips or loafers with dark socks;
for women—low/medium heels or flats with neutral hose.
Colored hose or hose with runs or snags in them
Too tight or too loose clothing, revealing or provocative clothing


Professional Not-so-Professional
Clean and styledDirty or unkempt
Off your faceExcessively long bangs
For men – short hair is preferable; facial hair should be groomedPlaying with your hair


Professional Not-so-Professional
Minimal jewelry: small earrings (one pair only), necklaces, pins,
etc. (wedding/engagement rings are acceptable)
Excessive or large jewelry
Good-quality briefcase or portfolio to hold papersDisorganized materials
Cell phone is turned offCell phone rings during interview
Visible tattoos or piercings
Heavy or excessive scents


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