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Cincinnati Veterans Job Fair
Great American Ballpark
Cincinnati, OH 45202
September 12, 2019
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Cincinnati Veterans Job Fair
September 12, 2019
RecruitMilitary has held 25 events in Cincinnati, drawing 7,587 attendees and 1,435 exhibitors.
14 job seekers registered to attend the Cincinnati Veterans Job Fair
14 job seekers registered to attend
Job Seeker Venue Information
Great American Ballpark
100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Great American Ballpark Information
  • The Job Fair will take place in the Champions Club.

DIRECTIONS FOR MAIN STREET/JOE NUXHALL WAY ENTRANCE TO GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK:
- Proceed Southbound towards the River to 2nd Street
- Turn LEFT Eastbound to Main Street/Joe Nuxhall Way
- Turn RIGHT / South on Main Street/Joe Nuxhall Way
- The Reds Gift Shop and Hall of Fame are on Main Street/ Joe Nuxhall Way directly across the street from the Holy Grail Restaurant
- An Access Coordinator will be there to direct guests up to the event space.

Parking Information

There are multiple parking garage options for Great American Ball Park. See link for hourly rates:banksparking.com.

Limited metered street parking may also be available.

There are also all day parking options to the east of the stadium on Pete Rose Way. Parking for events at Great American Ballpark is unique in that you can actually park in one state (Kentucky), and walk to another to attend a baseball game.

Parking is even available just across the Ohio River including some free street parking. A quick walk over one of two bridges and you’ll find yourself right at the stadium.

Southbank Shuttle – Looking for a deal on parking, but not interested a long walk? The Southbank shuttle has several stops in both Newport and Covington, only charges $1 per ride, and offers service every 15-minutes. Click here for a map of the shuttle’s route.

Street Parking – Drivers headed to GABP looking to save a few dollars can find cheap or free street parking on 5th St in Newport. Pay attention to street signs to make certain your vehicle will not be ticketed or towed. A quick lap around the Covington neighborhood should also reward you with an available spot.

Event Success Tips
  • Review the exhibitor list and conduct research to help you engage effectively.
  • Visit every exhibitor - find the hidden opportunity that might be perfect for you.
  • Take a moment to practice your 30-second elevator pitch.
  • Make eye contact and confidently greet each recruiter with a smile and firm handshake.
  • Deliver your elevator pitch and engage in conversation.
  • Get the recruiter’s contact information and ask about the best way to follow-up.
  • Within 24 hours, follow-up with every company that interests you.
  • Visit our resource center for additional resources
Career Fair Testimonials
The job fair is very nicely organized and the representatives for companies involved are very friendly and patient. You can gather a lot of information and someone is willing to answer your questions.
9/28/17 Cincinnati Career Fair -- Military spouse of disabled veteran E-7
The Veterans Career Fair was a great opportunity to see many employers in one location in a short amount of time. Do not let this opportunity pass you by. You won't regret attending!
Cincinnati Career Fair -- Attendee
Well organized, professional, great networking event! Multiple people came over to ask who we were looking for and helped direct those people to our booth -- Which was AWESOME! Would love to be a part of this event in the future.
9/29/16 Cincinnati Career Fair -- Information Technology Recruiter
Common Questions

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