Exhibit at an EqualEngineers Careers Fair to showcase how your organisation is supporting underrepresented groups into engineering and technology. Our events regularly attract hundreds of jobseekers per event looking for opportunities to either start their career, to return back to the industry, or transition across from another sector.
We specifically target women; ethnic minority; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ+) community; neurodiverse; and disabled opportunity-seekers. This diversity is reflected on the day in who shows up at our events when we open to external registrants from 12pm to 3:30pm.
Each careers fair is open exclusively to schools and colleges from 10am to 12pm and we specifically target schools who would benefit from coming to our event, but who may not readily have access to the engineering sector. This includes specialist educational needs and/or disability (SEN/D) schools.
- Pre & Post event promotion and support
- Coverage on our social media channels
- Client spotlights in our newsletter
- Dedicated account manager
- Exhibitor pack
- Meet candidates in-person
- Jobs board access
- Skills and CV workshops
- Opportunity to perform pre-screen interviews on the day
Meet potential future employees and raise awareness of your organisation and roles available at one of our many award-winning career fairs. Book your spot today.
An expo like this, it’s just really important for us to understand what the talent looks like, who’s coming through and make sure people are aware of who we are.
There’s a lot of very good companies here who can offer quality sort of apprenticeships, which is what we want to make our students aware of, basically. And a clear definition for them, really, of what engineering actually involves.
I would recommend people who are at that decisionmaking stage, and even older people, because I realise that even for older people who are looking at changing career, maybe, something like this could be useful.
I’ve really enjoyed it today, I found out a lot of information. I’ve had a varied experience which I think is good, so I feel they are very supportive for people that are in wheelchairs like myself.
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