Below is a listing of the Singapore career fairs and job fairs expected in 2016, along with information from the respective organisers.
Careers@Singapore is a series of networking and recruitment events organised by Contact Singapore.
Separate events are organised for various industry tracks, in Singapore and other parts of the world as well.
All the events focus on living and working in Singapore. You can keep checking periodically to see upcoming events and search for ones relevant for you.
STJobs often holds a number of career fairs and events each year.
The events are large in scale and geared towards education and hiring for job seekers.
Here is information on the events this year.
The JobsCentral Singapore Career Fair has been a popular event for jobseekers and education-minded people, since its inauguration in 2006.
With its primary focus on employment and strong education twist, the event serves as a platform to meet potential employers and training organisations.
This annual job fair is held in partnership with the five polytechnics in Singapore, and aims to attract thousands of jobseekers.
No dates have been announced for 2017.
Here is information on the event last year:
E2i holds several Singapore career fairs throughout the year, usually focussing on one profession at a time. You can view the schedule for upcoming events here – Singapore job fairs.
In addition to the ongoing events, they have bigger scale career fairs 1-2 times a year.
This event has been running for over 20 years and it aims to match many job seekers to their ideal career and course seekers to the best education and training opportunities.
Education and skills upgrading also continues to be of paramount importance at the CAREER series of events. The Singapore career fair event will offer information from both local and foreign education providers to visitors.
No dates have been announced for 2017.
The JobsDB.com Career Expo was an annual Singapore career fair, held since 2008.
It provided a physical platform to facilitate face-to-face interaction between jobseekers and hiring companies. Besides job opportunities, education exhibitors also provided job fair visitors with a wide array of courses and programs, for them to equip themselves with new skills and knowledge.
This event was last held in 2012 and from the looks of it, the expo has been discontinued since then. So far, there is no news for anything in 2017 either.
If teaching young children is your passion, then you could attend the SEED Institute Pre-school Job Fair to find out more about the job opportunities and training available.
SEED Institute conducts monthly recruitment drives where they invite various pre-school sector operators to give talks and conduct interviews on their premise.
Visit their website, for details of upcoming events and Singapore job fairs.
If you are looking for jobs in the semiconductor industry, then take advantage of several technology and business sessions, and meet many exhibitors at SEMICON.
It has now expanded it’s reach and will be held at different locations around South East Asia each year.
In this event, Japanese companies will be recruiting students graduating from universities all over Southeast Asia.
Many excellent Japanese companies will be there looking for talent for a wide range of jobs, from IT, banking, engineering & manufacturing, insurance to marketing and retailing.
The purpose of this Singapore career fair is to help people find jobs at startups in Singapore. There are a number of startups participating and they have a line-up of speakers as well.
In addition to job fairs, they have regular events for information and networking.
Organised by Workforce Singapore and e2i, Adapt and Grow is a series of events for networking and jobs in Professional Services, Healthcare, Technology, Hospitality and Manufacturing.
Singapore’s Startup Career Fair has more than 300 full-time, part-time and internship opportunities to offer in over 100 startups such as ShopBack, Glints, TheSmartLocal and more.
At the one-day career fair, you will have the opportunity to embark on an exclusive tour of the offices of some of the most prominent startups in Singapore.
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