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Job Seeker Career Fair Registration

Fall Career Fair

Meet local employers face-to-face!

Wednesday, October 27th 
11am - 3pm

Majed J. Neshweiwat Convention Center (Formerly known as Mid-Hudson Civic Center)
14 Civic Center Plaza

Poughkeepsie, NY

***Covid-19 Protocols  TBD Closer to Date***


Local businesses will be onsite looking to meet job seekers with a variety of backgrounds. If you are looking for a job or interested in seeing what other options are out there, this is the place for you.

Register online by completing the form below and uploading your resume. Bring extra copies of your resume to give to employers onsite!

One day. One place. Huge opportunity.


Additional questions? Email Employers interested in a booth may email

Who Will Be There

Ability Beyond

Adams Fairacre Farms

Access Supports For Living

Achieve Nursing & Rehab Center

Anderson Cares



Army National Guard

Astor Services for Children & Family

Cardinal Hayes Home

Central Hudson

Cerebral Palsy of NYS

Children's Home of Poughkeepsie

Combined Insurance



Ethan Allen Workforce

Ezras Health Center


Golden Hill Nursing & Rehab

Hudson Valley Hospice

LCS Facility Group

Neave Group

New Horizons Resources


Normann Staffing

Nuvance Health


Old Navy/GAP/Banana Rebulic Brands

OPWDD Taconic

Orthopedic Associates of Dutchess County

Preferred Homecare of NY

Premier Medical Group

Spectrum Communications

The ARC Mid-Hudson

Transdev - Hudsonlink and TOR Bus Companies


Wappingsers Central School District


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to register online?

A: It is strongly recommended that you register online so that exhibiting companies can view your resume in the online database, however it is not required to gain entry to the Career Fair.  Another benefit of registering is convenient event reminders closer to the event date.

Q: What should I do to prepare for the Career Fair?

A: Bring plenty of resumes to hand out onsite as you are meeting with each company. Also, check out the company list so that you can research who you want to speak with at the Career Fair.

Q: What should I wear to the Career Fair?

A: The first impression you make on a potential employer is the most important one. The first judgment an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing. That's why it's always important to dress professionally for a job interview, even if the work environment is casual.

Additional questions? Email Employers interested in a booth may email