Meet face to face with the most talented and highly motivated candidates available at a Military.com-NCOA Career Expo.
Gain unparalled access to well-trained, highly qualified veteran and military spouse candidates.
Military.com, the largest online military membership organization and The Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA), Veterans Employment Assistance Division, will co-host Career Expos in 2013.
Military.com hosts the largest Veteran Job Board in the world while NCOA has been a leader for many years in hosting military job fairs around the country for transitioning enlisted and junior officer servicemembers.
Over 250,000 veterans leave the service every year. Military.com / NCOA Career Expo gives you the opportunity to meet face to face with this group of skilled and educated candidates who have strong work ethic, leadership skills and diverse backgrounds.
Employers: Get discounted airfares to attend the Career Expos, courtesy of American Airlines. More info
Companies interested in sponsorship opportunities or exhibiting at a Career Expo can register here.
For questions, contact one of the following:
Scoop Davis via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeri Glowacki at email@example.com
Shelly Conklin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Roxanne B at email@example.com
Please Note: This is a special package price – individual Hawaii Events will cost $800 or $600 for local companies with less than 250 employees - and will not be listed in the Career Expo Guide
"[The Military.com/NCOA Career Expo at Fort Hamilton] was one of the most successful events that St. Joseph's College has had an opportunity to participate in. My colleague and I had a wonderful day speaking to prospective students, faculty, and job seekers. I would also like to thank your staff for all of their assistance in facilitating our participation in this event. It's wonderful to know that proceeds from this event benefit Military Servicemembers and their families. Thanks again." —John Keenan, St. Joseph's College
"Great event! I had spoken with a much far greater number of excellent candidates today than I have at previous career events. I will definitely be back!" —Sara Oates, FBI
"Awesome event! Great turnout that was a little bit overwhelming but it was great to see so many people who had the skill sets that we were looking for. Impressed with the job seekers attitude and patience. Very pleased with the quality of the candidates." —Sandy Lisenbee/Jen Kindell, ITT
"The last two events ManTech attended with the new Military.com and NCOA connection have been outstanding. Several of the attendees were qualified for many of ManTech's open positions. ManTech will do as many fairs as possible next year and even try to fit in as many as we can this year." —Bill Copp, ManTech Recruiter
"The expo was very well organized and professional. I have attended many job fairs and have not met more qualified or motivated applicants. I look forward to attending your upcoming events in Oklahoma later this month." —Mike Sanders, Troops to Teachers
"Hundreds of attendees visited our table. Many waited for over 5 to 7 minutes in a line, for the chance to talk with us about the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and available opportunities. Of those who visited with me, 74 made serious inquires about our agency. This was a very competitive arena for recruiting. This event was very productive, and I would highly recommend attending this event in the future. Bring enough Recruiters, this event appeared to be well organized. People will come!" —Detective Edmund Greaves, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
"Thanks for allowing Colorado Springs Police Department to participate in the Career Expo May 5 at the Elkhorn Community Center on Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. The venue was great and everyone there was very professional. I was able to contact several potential employees and my department was able to reach a group of people we would normally not have access to. I believe your event is a valuable resource for contacting people, with a military background, seeking a career in law enforcement. I think other law enforcement agencies could also benefit in working with the Military.com and NCOA Career Expo team, and I look forward to working with you in the future. Again thanks for all of your guidance and assistance." —Robert A. Wilson, Community Relations Office, Colorado Springs Police Department