In-Person Again 2021: Exhibitor FAQ
We are thrilled to announce that RecruitMilitary’s in-person career fairs are returning in June 2021.
Since 2006, RecruitMilitary has been hosting the nation’s best military-to-civilian career fairs. We love doing what we do – empowering veterans through meaningful employment opportunities and delivering military talent solutions to partners like you.
Your wellbeing continues to be our top priority. As we move toward being in-person again, please use this FAQ for guidance, preparation and to help ensure you can connect with as many veteran job seekers as possible.
Q. What will be different this year at the in-person events?
A. At the very least, all events will include:
- Contact-free check-in and networking
- Spaced booths
- One-way foot traffic flow
- Mask requirement
Q: Do I have to wear a mask?
A. Yes. All RecruitMilitary events currently require attendees to wear a mask. RecruitMilitary is adhering to all state and venue health and safety guidelines.
Q: Some exhibitor booths usually stay crowded throughout the event. How will crowds at a particular booth be handled?
A: RecruitMilitary staff will be managing event flow throughout the event to ensure there is movement and appropriate social distancing.
Q. What if there isn’t an in-person event near me?
A. We also offer virtual career fairs. See the schedule here.
Q. Do you offer resources to help exhibitors prepare for the event?
A. Absolutely. It is our mission to help you prepare for a successful event. Use our Employers Career Fair Success Center to find information on career fair success, upcoming webinars, and blog articles. Additionally, any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What happens if another attendee does not comply with safety requirements?
A: Security will be on site at the host venue and noncompliant participants may be asked to leave the event.
Q: If I have symptoms of COVID-19 what should I do?
A: Everyone will be required to complete a health questionnaire as part of their entry process.
If you are experiencing symptoms or have had close contact of someone with COVID-19, do not attend. If you are already on site and start to feel symptoms, you should notify the event director and depart the event. We thank you for your trust and flexibility as we navigate the best way to serve you in this new environment. It is an honor to help connect you with America’s best talent pool.
Note: Bookmark the Employers Career Fair Success Center for additional information as updates are available.