No. Having an active Federal Security Clearance is preferred but not mandatory. The career fairs are geared for expereinced professionals (Military, Civilians and Contractors) with active Federal Security Clearances. Appropriate backgrounds include the following but not limited to: administrators-network/systems, developers, linguists/translators, aerospace/aviation professionals, engineers-electrical/network/software, logisticians, analysts, finance professionals, program managers, communications/signal professionals, homeland security professionals, project managers, consultants, information assurance professionals, technicians, contracting/acquisition professionals, information technology specialists, trainers/instructors, cyber security professionals and all intelligence professionals (HUMINT, ELINT, SIGINT, MASINT).

Some event sites are accessible to the public with proper ID and credentials and other events are only open to those job seekers that already have access onto the military installation, building, or agency where the career fair is taking place. If you are unsure or have questions about access, please
contact the visitor control, pass & id, or security office for the specific site. Transition Careers is not responsible for job seeker access onto the government site and pre-registering does not necessarily give you access onto the government site.


Even If You Can’t Attend The Career Fair, Register Before The Event So We Can Share Your Resume With The Employers.

Register by taking a brief career survey, upload your resume and select which career fair(s) you would like to share your resume with employers.  After you finish the survey you will be re-directed to our national job board. This is a separate and free resource compared to the career survey. The Transition Careers job board is networked with 1000+ other job boards whose employers can view the resumes on our site.

Each career fair has its own webpage with details about the event. This is where you will find the list of registered exhibitors. This information is typically posted a few days before the event.

Job seekers should:
1) Pre-register before attending.  Click here to register and upload your resume.
2) Create an account on our national job board.  Click here to create account on our national job board.
3) Check-in at the registration table to let us know you pre-registered, uploaded your resume and created an account on our national job board.

After you finish your check-in, you will receive an exhibitor directory that includes the exhibitors’ name, a short description of the exhibitors and a listing of some of their open positions.

Each career fair has its own webpage with details about the event. This is where you will find the list of jobs being offered. This information is typically posted 1-2 days before an event. Additionally, you can view and browse thousands of job listings on our job board. You can also create a Job Alert system that notifies you by e-mail of new job opportunities that match your search criteria. Click here to create job alerts.

The job board gives you the opportunity to post your resume anonymously. All of your information is displayed in your resume except for your name and contact information. You can divulge as much information in your resume posting as your see fit. This service has the ability to keep active and passive job seekers connected to the employment market while maintaining full control over their confidential information.

Attending a career fair is a great way to bolster your job-seeking, networking and professional development efforts.  Most prospective job seekers stick with the traditional methods of finding a job by answering ads posted in the newspaper or on an online job board. By attending the career fair, you are putting yourself directly in front of the organizations that need your skills, giving yourself a leg up on the competition.

You can expect to meet with different employers, resource providers and professional development organizations in your community and nationally. The event is designed for job seekers to have informative face-to-face discussions with each exhibitor.

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