CollegeGrad.Com Launches Virtual Career Fair

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<p><strong>Milwaukee &mdash; May 2</strong><br />As the class of 2007 prepares for graduation, CollegeGrad.com, an entry-level job site, announces the launch of its Virtual Career Fair.&nbsp; </p><p>In an exclusive online partnership with InterviewStream.com, the CollegeGrad.com Virtual Career Fair uses the latest in online interviewing technology to help entry-level job seekers connect directly with employers.<br /><br />The Virtual Career Fair is a full-time, all-the-time resource for entry-level jobs and internships. It is available 24 x7 and incorporates video technology for candidate and employer profiles.<br /><br />&quot;The Virtual Career Fair is truly a breakthrough in the world of college recruiting,&quot; said Brian Krueger, CollegeGrad.com president. &quot;Instead of being tied to a time frame or a location, the 24×7 Virtual Career Fair opens up opportunities for job seekers and employers alike to connect at any time. And it&#39;s available to all students at all universities.&quot;<br /><br />Employers such as AT&amp;T, U.S. Bank, RealNetworks and Bose are featured at the Virtual Career Fair, and more employers are being added every day. <br /><br />Candidates can review employer booths for key company information such as hiring numbers (for entry-level jobs and internships), majors hired, locations, industries and positions the employers are hiring.&nbsp; </p><p>They can then submit their profile information directly to the employer.<br /><br />Candidate profiles consist of a resume, and the interview portion involving answers to five standard questions that typically would be asked by employers at a career fair.&nbsp; &nbsp;<br /><br />As part of their booth, employers have the opportunity to provide a narrative around common questions they would be asked at a career fair such as, &quot;Give me an example of a day in the life of an entry-level hire&quot; and &quot;What are the steps in the interview process?</p><p>&quot;With the Class of 2007 getting ready for graduation, this new online interviewing platform will provide them with a way to stay connected with hiring employers, even after they have moved off campus,&quot; Krueger said. &quot;College grad job seekers need plenty of extra help. This new service will allow them to actively expand their interviewing reach to virtually all entry-level employers across all geographic boundaries.&quot;</p>

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