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Find Your Future at QCC’s Fall Job Fair

October, 2017
  • From left" QCC student Alexis Marsh meets with employers from Securitas.
  • QCC students were able to get on the job interview with FedEx.
  • QCC alumi Tommy Moore along with Carreu Kamanda met with Recruiter Jim March of Microtech staffing Group.
  • QCC student Chad Jackson discussed employment opportunities with Kara Blom of At & T.
  • QCC's Job Fair  offered many employment opportunities for students.

QCC students may have met their potential new employers at the college’s Career Services semi-annual Fall Job Fair, held on November 1, in the Harrington Learning Center. QCC students met and mingled with over 25 employers that were in attendance, learning about some of the job opportunities available to them. At many of the booths, students were able to share resumes, fill out job applications, and speak with prospective employers.

“We have people applying on the spot and being interviewed,” said Sydney Ocran, Talent Acquisition Coordinator for FedEX Ground. “We have 500 seasonal openings.”

Many of the other companies in attendance had immediate openings they were trying to fill.

“We are open to interview anyone to fill our positions as soon as possible,” said, Kara Blom, of AT&T.

“This is a nice place to do this,” said QCC student Alexis March, who was at her first job fair.

Companies in attendance included:

  • Alternatives
  • American Fabrication
  • AT&T
  • Autism Learning Partners
  • Barton Associates
  • Charming Charlies
  • City of Worcester
  • CoWorx Staffing Services
  • Cunningham & Associates
  • Eaton
  • Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • FedEx
  • H&M Hennes & Mauritz
  • Home Depot
  • IPG Photonics
  • Microtech Staffing Group
  • Monroe Staffing
  • QCC Campus Police
  • Remedy Staffing
  • Renewal by Anderson
  • Securitas
  • The Arc
  • UMASS Memorial
  • UPS
  • Valet Park of America
  • Venture Community Services
  • Wakefly

Career Services offers a wide variety of resources to assist students in identifying career opportunities, finding up to date information on the latest job market trends, acquiring work experience in their career field of choice, and developing job search skills for a successful transition from school to work.

Career Placement Representatives are available for assistance and additional web resources including the Wyvern JobNet, co-op, and internship database can be found on The Q.