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Take advantage of advertising opportunities.
Publish your open positions on our free Arizona Education Employment Board website

Publish an advertisement on the Exhibitor Registration form.

Complete the available positions section on the Exhibitor Registration form.

Take advantage of check-in and booth set-up the day before the event.
Give yourself an easy start the day of the event.

Market your LEA: Invest in marketing your district as a good place to work!
Assess your current marketing material:
o Do you have basic marketing materials for your district?
o What will readers learn about your district from the materials? 
o Are the strengths of the district clearly identified? 
o Will readers learn why it is a good place to work and teach? 
o Is there information that specifically targets potential job applicants? 
o Do materials indicate how readers can find out about teaching and working in the district and about specific job opportunities?
Bring updated marketing materials to the event.



Greet candidates when they approach your exhibit.
o Remember why you are there and be a good host.
o Introduce yourself, shake each candidate’s hand, start a conversation.

Always accept paper résumés.

o Accept résumés, even if candidates must apply online.
o Use résumés to start conversations or pre-screening.

Plan on doing pre‐screening or interviews.

o Interview tables are available for all exhibitors.
o Candidates are coming from all over the country just for this event.

Keep your booth open the full time. 
o If you fill your positions before 1:00 P.M., take advantage of the time to promote your district/school to potential future candidates. This is the perfect networking opportunity.



Have two recruiters at your booth.

o Meet and greet the candidates.
o Use résumés to start conversations, as a means of pre‐screening.
o Determine if the candidates could be a match for open positions.

Schedule on‐site interviews.

o Give candidates a time to return for an interview.
o Have two or three decision‐makers available to do the interviews.

Give on‐site interviews.

o Booth recruiter introduces candidate to interviewer.
o Interviewer escorts candidate to available interview tables.
o Be prepared to offer a letter of intent or schedule follow‐up interview.
o Walk candidate back to booth and take next scheduled candidate.

Follow up with candidates that you interviewed, but did not offer positions. 
o A follow up email, phone call, or letter will acknowledge your visit, allow you to thank them for the opportunity to meet, and leave a positive impression of your district/school.