Governor Kelly Encouraging Participation in Statewide Virtual Job Fair

Judd WeilSeptember 29, 2021

Governor Laura Kelly is encouraging Kansans looking for employment to participate in this week’s KANSASWORKS Statewide Virtual Job Fair.


The virtual job fair began at 8 a.m. on Sept. 29, and will end at 5 p.m. on Sept. 30, will give job seekers the opportunity to meet virtually with multiple businesses, with the ability to live chat and conduct interviews through computers, tablets, and mobile devices.


Job candidates also will be able to upload their resumes to their Virtual Job Fair account for employers statewide.


“KANSASWORKS has done an exceptional job of adapting to the circumstances and continuing to connect Kansas employers with qualified job seekers,” said Governor Kelly. “Our workforce plays a key role in attracting people and businesses to our state, and I applaud KANSASWORKS for emphasizing safety in helping Kansans seek employment and helping Kansas businesses fill open positions.”


In 2020, the Department of Commerce partnered with the Local Workforce Development Boards to offer virtual statewide job fairs to continue to provide job opportunities and maintain a ready workforce for Kansas businesses.


That led to 10 virtual job fairs, with the 10th in March 2021 attracting 159 employers and 538 registered job seekers. There currently are over 130 employers participating in the upcoming fair with hundreds of open positions.


“These statewide virtual job fairs offer a tremendous opportunity to help Kansans find meaningful employment opportunities in our state,” said Lieutenant Governor David Toland. “The previous 10 virtual job fairs all succeeded in connecting job seekers with employers, and the virtual job fair to come will do the same in achieving more real results.”


The Virtual Statewide Job Fair portal features a Job Seeker Training video, a list of participating employers, and channels for attendees to register and login.


Open positions are listed on the registration page. Registration is required for each individual virtual event, regardless of previous attendance.


As employers may request to engage in a video interview during the virtual job fair, job seekers are encouraged to dress professionally.


Click here to register for the Virtual Job Fair.


Any individual with a disability may request accommodations by contacting their nearest workforce center at 877-509-6757 prior to the event.

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