Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society provides a broad spectrum of programs and services which include Employment Programs, Youth Trade Programs, Children and Youth, Community Programs, Settlement Services, Language Services, Social Programs, Housing Services, and, many more! Since 1987, our services helped aid new immigrants, seniors, farm workers, refugees, women, and youth. Pics have a large variety of offices located in the Lower Mainland.
The PICS Mega Job Fair is coming again! The Mega Job Fair has taken place for over 10 years and is a highly successful event in the Lower Mainland. The purpose of the job fair is to reduce the stress and pressures both employers and job seekers face when job searching, recruiting, and networking. Thousands of attendees and numerous exhibitors participate each year, making this day a productive and fun-filled experience for everyone who attends. This Ceremony benefits both job seekers and employers. Job seekers can explore career options with employers such as retailers, restaurants, service providers, banks, credit unions, and crown corporations; while employers can meet and recruit motivated candidates. The event further serves as a great opportunity to network and build brand awareness. PICS Virtual Mega Job Fair 2020 will be a grand affair, and we look forward to seeing you there!
Nowadays, going virtual is a new trend. Keeping in mind the safety of our community, we have decided to host a Virtual PICS Mega Job Fair. This professionally developed platform will allow exhibitors and aspirants to meet and share possible career paths and opportunities. You will be able to upload your resume and pre-apply for jobs as they become open.
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Need to know how to prepare for a career fair? Watch this video!
Virtual job fairs take place online. Organizations with jobs to fill set up "booths" full of information about everything from job openings to advancement opportunities, compensation to culture. The "booths" are often "staffed" by recruiters, hiring managers.
Yes, "attending" a virtual job fair could pay off (big time) for you--if you plan, prepare and impress. Here's a link to an eight-step strategy for virtual job fair success: