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Philadelphia Veterans Job Fair

Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia, PA 19148

April 16, 2020

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Philadelphia Veterans Job Fair
April 16, 2020

Job Fair in Philadelphia

RecruitMilitary has held 37 events in Philadelphia, drawing 10,749 attendees and 1,843 exhibitors.
62 job seekers registered to attend the Philadelphia Veterans Job Fair
62 job seekers registered to attend
20
Sailors
19
Soldiers
13
Airmen
4
Marines
4
Coast Guardsmen
1
DoD Civilian
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Upcoming Job Fair Information

Job Seeker Venue Information

Lincoln Financial Field
One Lincoln Financial Field Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Lincoln Financial Field Information
  • The Job Fair will take place in the West Club.
Parking Information
  • COMPLIMENTARY PARKING: LOT J

  • Proceed down 11th Street past the West Gate and turn left into the J parking lot.

  • Once parked in Lot J, enter the stadium via the West VIP Lobby Entrance and take the elevator or the escalator to the Club Level.

Event Preparation Resources

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

If you need to hire a veteran, show up at the Philadelphia RecruitMilitary job fair. This one is the best veterans job fair that comes to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia -- Non-profit recruiter
This was my first job fair and I attended because of emails from RecruitMilitary about it. I was very pleased. I received an interview and it played out exactly as the organizers described. A company looked for a candidate with skills from the military, but not necessarily the direct market that the job was in. I talked to the company despite it being in a field unrelated to what I envisioned an opportunity to be.
Philadelphia -- Navy E-6
10/10. You get out what you put in. We had a good booth and interviewed on site. We sent out 2 offer letters and are waiting on a response. It took dozens of scheduled interviews and no-shows to get that from a web site.
Philadelphia -- Manufacturing recruiter

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