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Black Hills Regional Job Fair

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
12:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Rapid City, SD

EMPLOYERS   

The Black Hills Regional Job Fair provides exhibitors with approximately 1000 candidates seeking full-time, part-time, temporary, internship or seasonal positions, as well as individuals interested in furthering their education. Participating exhibitors include employers from the private, public and non-profit sectors, as well as post-secondary educational institutions. We are confident that the Black Hills Regional Job Fair will provide an excellent opportunity to screen a large number of candidates and share your employment or educational opportunities.

Rates for the 2018 Black Hills Regional Job Fair:

Register by January 31, 2018
Early Bird Rate (single booth): $350.00
Early Bird Rate (double booth): $400.00

Register on or after February 1st, 2018
Regular Rate (single booth): $425.00
Regular Rate (double booth): $475.00

Optional:
Electricity: $25.00
App Banner Ad: $50.00
Wireless: Provided Free of Charge

DIRECTIONS TO REGISTER: 

New Employers (not registered with the SDACCC Consortium) 

  • Click here and on the log-in screen, and then
  • Search for your organization and Select  it. If found, register as a new contact by filling out the required information. (*can create a new username/password)
    1. Complete sections and click the Register button.
    2. If it’s not  listed, click Can’t Find Your Organization

​​    c.  Once you have a log-in, complete the career fair registration. (Follow steps b – g below)

Returning Employers (already registered with the SDACCC Consortium)

  • Click here and on the log-in screen, log in with your username and password
  1. Click on Career Events Tab at the top
  2. Click Career/Job Fair
  3. Click the Search button
  4. Click the Black Hills Regional Job Fair
  5. Click Register Now;  fill out the required registration information
  6. Upon submission, the Consortium will send you a confirmation email with additional information.

According to Exhibitor Evaluations, the greatest strength of the fair is the opportunity to provide information to candidates with a diverse background of education and experience. Last year, graduates and students from Black Hills State University, National American University, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and Western Dakota Tech attended the job fair, as well as separating/retiring military personnel from Ellsworth Air Force Base and other interested candidates from South Dakota, Wyoming and Nebraska. There is no charge to candidates to attend.

The job fair is provided through a framework of volunteers representing the South Dakota Association of College Career Centers, state agencies and area businesses who are committed to providing employment and educational opportunities to interested individuals in the region.