Premier Virtual to host Virtual Career Fair Webinar:

The Lessons We’ve Learned from Virtual Career Fairs in 2020, and the Plan Moving Forward.

Date:               May 18th, at 2 PM EST

Register:         Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-lessons-we-learned-in-2020-and-the-plan-moving-forward-tickets-153330462541

Tickets:           Free

After powering nearly 2,000 virtual career fairs, we’ve learned a lot of valuable lessons, and we’re ready to share them with you.

In this webinar, Premier Virtual CEO, Steve Edwards will be joined by a group of existing customers, that have hosted their own virtual hiring events. The purpose of this webinar is to learn first-hand the most difficult challenges transitioning from in-person to virtual, the pros and the cons, and what the career fair landscape looks like moving forward.

One thing is certain, virtual career fairs have changed staffing and recruiting forever, and those who have experienced them believe they are here to stay. If you’ve been debating whether or not to go virtual, or you’ve attended virtual events and are now ready to host your own, this is a great place to start. We also look forward to the input from attendees who have their own lessons to share.

The webinar will be a round table Q&A forum and will be followed by a short demo of the Premier Virtual platform. We look forward to seeing you there! The webinar starts at 2 PM

These are some of the lessons we’ll be discussing:
  1. How prepared were you to pivot to all virtual when Covid hit?
  2. What were the biggest challenges you had to overcome, within your organization, in order to begin hosting virtual career fairs?
  3. What are the top 3 benefits of virtual career fairs?
  4. What are the most common challenges recruiters and attendees mention?
  5. In terms of efficiency, effectiveness, and results, have you seen an increase with virtual over in-person career fairs, any specific examples?
  6. As the world moves towards in-person and live events, what role do you see virtual playing?
  7. What other tools or features do you wish virtual career fair platforms could offer?
  8. Advice for organizations that remain hesitant to introduce virtual to their staffing strategy.
Confirmed Panelists:

Morgan Romeo – Executive Director at Virginia Career Works – Blue Ridge, which is the workforce development board serving the Roanoke Valley and Alleghany Highlands in Southwest Virginia. Overseeing the workforce development system in the region, the agency works to provide employment, educational, and wrap-around services to job seekers with the goal of providing a trained and skilled workforce to meet current and future business demand. Throughout the pandemic, Virginia Career Works – Blue Ridge has continued to provide services to the thousands of individuals who are unemployed in a variety of industries and has played a valuable role in assisting in starting and continuing the recovery from the economic shutdown. Morgan currently lives in Roanoke, VA with her husband and son.

Lawrence “Larry” Miller-Director for Warrior Games Operations & Logistics. United States Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Experienced Senior Marine Officer with a demonstrated history of working across multiple areas of the US military. Possesses exceptional military and professional skills which span Joint Military Operations, Intelligence Analysis, US Government policy, Military Health Care and Human Resource Management.

Dana Morrison – Teacher Recruitment Manager at EBRPSS. Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States. Reviews teacher applicants and send qualified candidates out to the schools. Monitors and advises student teacher candidates in their placement and develops relationships for ultimate placement in our district. Coordinate local external job fairs.

Sharon G. Nelson, MBA- Talent Acquisition Manager – Human Resources. Experienced talent acquisitions, recruitment, and retention professional with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Skilled in Management, Situational Leadership, Strategic Leadership, Strategic Partnerships, Student Development, and Interviewing.

Michael Corbit – Vice President, Business Development -CareerSource Florida/Palm Beach County. Experienced Director Of Business Development with a demonstrated history of working in the IT and human resources industries. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Negotiation, Business Planning, Coaching, and Sales. Strong marketing & sales professional.

For more information contact: John Garcia, Marketing Director of Premier Virtual, Email: John.Garcia@PremierVirtual.com

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