Virtual Job Fair – November 16 | 1 – 4 p.m.

Monroe and Wayne County employers currently have thousands of open positions. Join SEMCA Michigan Works! Wednesday, November 16 from 1 to 4 p.m., for an opportunity to find a new job, your next job, or another job.

REGISTER TODAY – November 16 | 1 – 4 p.m.

There is no cost to attend.
Contact your local American Job Center for more information.

When you register you will be given access to the employers’ virtual booths. You will be able to chat with employers directly and make connections based on your skills and the positions they may have available.

Want to prepare for your attendance? Consider contacting a SEMCA Michigan Works! American Job Center near you. We can assist you with sprucing up your resume or preparing you for engagement with employers.

Another great resource is Pure Michigan Talent Connect, the state’s labor exchange that connects job seekers and employers. You can create a free profile at and upload or create a resume, customize your job preferences, and much more.

How Does a Virtual Job Fair Work?

It’s as simple as 4 easy steps till you could be chatting with your future employer!

REGISTER | Create an account and complete the registration form.

EXPLORE | View information about participating organizations and opportunities

ATTEND | Log in and join the chat from any device

CHAT | Connect with representatives for 1-on-1 chats

Participating Companies and Job Openings

Meet with representatives from the following Monroe and Wayne County employers who will be participating in this virtual job fair. You can also view open positions for these companies. Check back often as businesses and job openings are added daily.

Connect With a Career Coach.

Contact a SEMCA Michigan Works American Job Center listed below and connect with a success coach that will work with you to prepare for the event and to make sure you are ready to put your best foot forward.

Virtual Job Fair events are hosted on the Brazen platform by SEMCA Michigan Works! and are made possible thanks to the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity’s Office of Employment and Training.