2014 jobfair-page


The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) would like you to participate in the 2nd Annual Career Fair, scheduled for April 2014 at Temple University.

The economy is tough. Times are hard. We want to serve as the portal to help job seekers with their mission in finding employment and assist regional companies in their efforts of finding workers.

Following the success from last year's effort, the 2015 career fair is the perfect recruitment venue rewarding companies with access to community applicants to employ in the vast area of communication. PABJ is proud to partner with like-minded companies that are committed to community engagement.

The PABJ Career Fair is open to all persons of any ethnic background and/or sexual orientation. The fair will also include tips and information on job readiness for job applicants.

What kind of applicants?
  • Freelancers
  • Volunteers
  • Interns
  • Part-Time workers
  • Photographers
  • Writers
  • Multimedia Professionals
  • Videographers
  • Graphic Designers
  • Corporate Communications
  • Assistants
  • Data Assistants
  • Public Relations Assistants
What kind of companies and/or entities should participate?
  • Newspapers/ Magazines
  • Television/ Radio Stations
  • Colleges / Universities
  • Hospitals/ Clinics
  • Law Firms / Churches
  • Community Non-Profits
  • Government Offices
  • Sports Franchises / Leagues
  • Campaigns
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Small Businesses / Start ups
Company Table Cost - $100
As a company participant of the 2015 PABJ Career Fair, one table and two chairs will be provided. Visibility and brand

2015 PABJ Job Fair Components:

  • One table and two chairs for your company representative.
  • Event billing to reflect your company‚Äôs participation in this event.
  • There will be a microphone / stand setup for our speakers to be heard clearly by job fair attendees.
  • Adequate security to ensure the safety of our guests.
  • Proper and quality presentation of billing in all publicity releases and paid advertisement.


Johann Calhoun
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