The paper 'Benefits of Carrying out Careers Fair for Students ' is a great example of a Management Case Study. Most students are not sure about what career to pursue after completing their educational programs. Careers fair for students has significant benefits in choosing and making the right decision suiting their skills and interest. Carrying out this event on the agreed timescale will ensure that all the students acquire relevant experience and insight on how to go about their career aspirations. The event will ensure that students brainstorm occupations and careers that interest them with the right professionals.
The companies participating in career fair benefits through screening of suitable candidates for future employment opportunities. Companies also market their profiles as desirable employers thus promoting themselves. Through careers, fair companies are exposed to highly qualified applicants ready to enter the job market. Students can conveniently make applications to several companies and they are likely to get immediate interviews after completing their studies. Students can also explore several employers and access important career information. It is also expected that some students may get interviews at the course of the careers Fair, some may get in-house interviews after the Fair.
Through careers Fair companies and employers will be able to appreciate students who are potential job seekers as well as promoting professional attitude in them. On the other hand students will be able to appreciate employers and company representatives because they can easily approach them, get clear answers on career questions bothering them. Companies and employer representatives notably dedicate a lot of resources and time to participate in career Fairs. Therefore both the students and representatives should adequately prepare for such events so as to be of great success to everyone. Documents Underlying Student Careers Fair Event The documents underlying Careers Fair event for students are vital as it provides the justification and the need for carrying out this event.
The documents give an insight on what the event entails and provides guidelines on how the event shall be implemented. These documents entail the following. Career Fair needs analysis document This document gives an assessment underlying the need, viability, benefit, and cost for carrying out career Fair events.
It provides the need for careers Fair for students on the HND program within LSBF taking into consideration the current and projected career opportunity market. The sufficiency and availability of career opportunities within LSBF to justify the careers Fair event. The document provides the benefit that the event will yield, the estimated costs, time for planning and organizing for carrying out the event. The available financial and staff resources, how will the benefit offset costs. Finally, this document gives an insight into the level of commitment of the administrators and management in carrying out the Fair. Employer registration document This document acts as an acceptance of the invited companies to participate in the student careers fair to be held in a specific location.
This document is important in giving an insight into what companies and employers would like to do or offer during the event. It can be used to give the number of employers invited and willing to participate as well as the profile and their career focus and information for students. It also provides the employer industry classification, list of representatives, and the agreement.
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