28th Annual Tel Aviv University Job Fair on May 21st 2008

28th Annual Tel Aviv University Job Fair on May 21st 2008

On May 21st 2008, Tel Aviv University is holding the 28th edition of its annual year-end job fair.

2008 Tel Aviv University Job Fair

Who

Although aimed at students and graduates, the job fair is open to everyone and covers all industries in the Israeli job market.

What

The oldest job fair of its kind in Israel, dozens of companies will be searching to fill hundreds of jobs.

On campus, companies will be organized into 3 zones by industry:

  • Business Management Zone – positions in business, finance, accounting, etc.
  • Tech Zone – jobs in hitech, biotech, engineering, etc.
  • Multidisciplinary Zone – everything else

Important tips: this layout is slightly misleading. For example, an opening for an accounting job at a software company would be found in the Tech Zone. Keeping that in mind, you may want to visit multiple zones.

Also, don't forget the 35+ Job Fair Success Do's and Don'ts.

Where

Tel Aviv University
Ramat Aviv, North Tel Aviv
Tel: 03 640 9395
Directions and access information
Campus map

If you register online for the fair (Hebrew), you earn a “prize” to be received at the fair's Information booth until their stock runs out. Otherwise, you can register at the event itself.

Entry is free. Every visitor will receive a catalog with information and a list of all the companies presenting at the job fair.

When

Wednesday, May 21st 2008, 10am – 6pm.

The fair organizers recommend arriving no later than 5pm.

Why

  • Get feedback about your resume
  • Schedule interviews
  • Stock up on free pens and candy
  • Network with other job seekers

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6 comments
Jacob Share
saus says

I’m a little older with some heavy experience under the belt, but I’m looking forward to my 1st Israeli Job Fair 🙂

Even if the focus is on entry level positions or recent graduates / students how can you go wrong meeting local companies face to face!?

thx for the tip!

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Jacob Share
jacob says

Sure thing, saus. You make a great point too.

It’s hard enough to get companies to respond to CVs, but here you can get instant feedback. That alone may be a reason to go.

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Jacob Share
William S. Eicoff says

Please, try to give us Americians a little notice on these job fairs. we always seem to hear about them the day before they happen. I can not get a flight to Israel that quick. Maybe 6 weeks or 2 months ahead of time. Thanks (:}

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Jacob Share
jacob says

William, I completely understand. I was surprised that I myself only found out about it late last night and had to rush out this announcement.

I apologize, hopefully we can do better next time. In the past, we’ve usually managed at least a couple weeks lead-in.

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Jacob Share
Yakov Rozen says

Intel was kind enough to prepare a list of the coming events:

http://www3.intel.com/cd/corporate/jobs/emea/heb/205659.htm

Yakov

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Jacob Share
jacob says

Thanks a lot for that link, Yakov.

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