March 29 2017
Utah Valley Job Fair

Meet over 100 employers looking to hire hard-working employees like yourself. Create valuable relationships with HR personnel and explore career opportunities with some of the biggest and best-paying companies. Pre-register to be eligible to win valuable prizes. You don’t have to be present to win, but you must attend the job fair to be eligible for the grand prizes. (Pre- registration is not required to attend the job fair). Receive up to 3 entries by doing the following and attending the job fair:

  1. Pre-Register on Eventbrite
  2. Like us on Facebook
  3. Mark that you’re “going” on the Facebook event

To be eligible for the grand prize drawings, check in with event staff at the job fair.  Winners will be notified through e-mail after the event

  • Mar 29, 2017 @ 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • testimonials

    Excellent service and an impeccable event!
    Harry Portman
    Thank you for the hard work and professionalism you put in at our event on the 13th of September. It was pure madness and you and your team handled it beautifully. I was also very impressed by how you remembered I loved the skewers! That attention to detail proves how much better you are than others in the business, it doesn’t go unnoticed, or unappreciated.
    Brittany Loose - Google Fiber
    The venue was the perfect size and the ambiance created a great feel for our event. We appreciate the friendly and professional staff. The food was delicious, which we were able to customize for our event. As you know planning a big event does not come easy, but our coordinator was able to listen to our needs and also make suggestions that made it easy to plan.
    Lisa DeLange - MegaDiamond
    I was exceptionally pleased with the convention center facilities. They are state of the art and the responsiveness and pleasantness of the staff. Our visitors came from across the nation, Europe and Australia. They loved the convention center, the views and the beauty and the walkability of the downtown area with its restaurants and shops.
    Brian Cannon - Agricultural History Society