Be part of our Virtual Job Fair

The Pioneer Library System welcomes central Oklahoma job seekers to interact with a variety of community employers as it presents a Virtual Job Fair, scheduled from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 28.

The Virtual Job Fair will be accessible via Zoom, and those interested in participating will need to sign up in advance.The signup link can be accessed online here. Registration should be completed by Tuesday, Jan. 26, and reminder emails will be sent out to participants in advance.

The event will feature employers from across the area who will be able to interact virtually with people seeking employment. It’s the same concept as multiple past job fairs the library has presented with community partners in the past several years, but in this time of the coronavirus pandemic it is being presented with virtual meetings for the safety of all participants. 

Participating employers in the Job Fair include:

The University of Oklahoma; Citizen Potawatomi Nation Workforce; Oklahoma Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse; T-Mobile; Think Ability, Inc; Mosaic Personnel; Central Oklahoma Workforce Development Board; Five Rings Financial; Film Education Institute of Oklahoma; Palladium Roofing; Addison Group; OnCue; Express Employment Professionals; ABLE Council for Developmental Disabilities; Manpower; Eden Clinic, City of Moore Parks and Recreation, and AtLink.

Attendees are encouraged to log in during the early part of the Job Fair for the best opportunity to interact with employers of their choice.

Potential job seekers also can take advantage of aid with putting together their resume in advance of the Job Fair. Anytime before Wednesday, Jan. 27, resume assistance also is available through the library by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get connected with a professional to help in a resume review.

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