On August 15th we will be placing many of you for face to face interviews with employers at our Showcase event. Are You Ready? Look at yourself in the mirror and decide if you like what you see. Is there something you would like to change? If so, what is it?

If you would like help from the Job Club take a picture and upload it to your profile so we can critique it. Once we have reviewed your picture it can be taken down if you so desire. Sometimes the latest styles are not the best for job interviews.

We have promised our employers an array of presentable applicants. Our count of employers is increasing daily and their expectations are high. We have 15 days and counting until the event. Please understand that we will not allow anyone through to the interview table who does not look appropriate.

In our discussion we will talk about what is appropriate and we will answer all questions truthfully. We welcome your opinions.

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144 Comments

  1. sharringt0n

    I’m ready, with the exception that I need a haircut. Will do that about a week before the job fair and will post a picture afterwards.

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  2. Candice Lovell

    I am ready..I think I may have to make some changes to my resume,though

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  3. angelacotton

    I’m ready.

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  4. Jennifer

    I am good to go

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  5. ljwp

    Good morning!

    I’m ready.

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  6. Jonathon Pledger

    I am ready. However, I could better prepare myself if I knew which companies would be there so that I could research them.

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  7. beverlyheaton

    Good morning all. I am ready.

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  8. Heather Ellis

    I am ready to go

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  9. cindyneal

    I am ready just would like more information beforehnd to research

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  10. vikkireese

    I am ready!

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  11. williamsheiser

    I am ready.

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  12. Charles Waddle

    I ready, but would like to see a current list of companies.

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  13. gaylonthreadgill

    I am ready, would like to know more about who’s going to be there and what type of jobs they will be interviewing for.

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  14. susantipton

    I am ready, but hoping that I am working at one of the two jobs that have contacted me.

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  15. jannpage

    Good Morning Fellow job seekers, hope this week gave you some good luck. Mine did, received 2 requests for interviews (the first in 2 months). One I really thought would be good, but have not heard back. They said they will be calling when decision is made. A lot of applicants were there. Need some luck on this one. The second one was for prn work and after looking at numbers it was decided I need full time. They did not offer me the job so far.

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  16. richardguthrie

    I am always ready for an interview. When will we be informed about who we will be talking to.

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  17. jeridsmith

    I am ready.

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  18. gaylonthreadgill

    I would like to know what you consider appropriate wear?

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  19. chuck becker

    i’m ready.

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  20. sheilaparrish

    Good morning club members. Good topic today. I am ready with the exception, I need to get me an update picture. I will try to find someone to do this for me in the next couple of days.

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  21. sheilaparrish

    I also would like to see a list of the companies?

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  22. vikkireese

    I would also like to know what companies will be at this event.

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  23. Brett Baldwin

    Good morning all.

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  24. gaylonthreadgill

    things are looking better, had an interview yesterday, have to wait and see what happens.

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  25. vivianmonroe

    Will there be anyone from say like the Cenikor company or something in that line of business there

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  26. Charles Waddle

    This week I finally got a response back from a company. They said thanks for the application and would be getting back intouch with me if I fit. So far, nothing else.

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  27. Frances Gerick

    Good morning everyone!

    I’m ready and would also like to know what companies will be there to prepare myself ahead of time. What happen to the pictures that were taken at the Hampton Hotel when we had that info session ? I thought those were to be uploaded here also. I think that was a good picture for me. I will try and get one done and put up.

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  28. sheilaparrish

    @ JannPage. Congradulations!!!I hope something comes through for you.

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  29. Charles Becker

    I’M ready. Had trouble logging on, finally made it.

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  30. chriscutbirth

    i’m ready

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  31. sharringt0n

    That’s a very good point, Jonathon.

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  32. vikkireese

    I applied with the City of Waco for a couple of positions. I received an e-mail back with instructions on what I needed to do next. Hopefully something good will come of this.

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  33. tommyharper

    I’m ready. I agree that I would like to know what companies are going to be there and what type of positions they will be interviewing for.

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  34. Ernestine Sample

    Yes, I’am ready. Would like to look over my resume and make sure the companies that will be their match with me. ould like to research those companies if we can. Other than that…I’m ready.

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  35. chriscutbirth

    i wasn’t aware or even knew that i’d be taking a picture when they took this one. i do need to take a new one

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  36. Brett Baldwin

    I know the difference between what I can change and what I can’t. I am ready.

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  37. rhondagade

    Good Morning,
    Yes, I’m ready. I am interested in knowing which Companies will be there.

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  38. jenniferobinson

    Good Morning Everyone, I’m ready for everything at this point.I had a interview last week but didn’t get the job. Good luck to everyone!!!!!!

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  39. jannpage

    Sheena took my picture at the office where she and I met. Can you find out if she still has it and can post it for me. If not I will find somebody to help me and try to get one posted before the 13th. Also would like to know if any healthcare employers will be present.

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  40. Ron

    Good morning!
    I believe I’m ready also. If possible, I would also like to see who is hiring.

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  41. vikkireese

    I guess I need to get a picture posted.

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  42. jannpage

    Thanks Sheila Parrish. will give you details later on the one you gave me such a good ref/ The interviewer was somebody from our past.

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  43. jenniferobinson

    I also would like to know what Companies are going to be there.

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  44. jeffwhite

    Good Mornin all yea I could use a new picture too and when is this job fair? and who will be there.

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  45. lancesanders

    Morning , I am ready

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  46. carolynwalter

    I would like to know what Employers will be there to know if my qualities fit those employers in order to make the trip worthwhile.

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  47. angeladevinney

    I’m ready, but some mock interviewing would never hurt. I’ve had 14 face to face interviews in the past 13 months and 2 telephone interviews. I might take another picture also since mine that I turned in had stuff in the background. I agree that it would be beneficial to know in advance who would be represented at the fair. I received an email back on my application to Parkland Hospital’s Trauma Therapist’s position telling me that my application was being reviewed and I will still receive future communication by a recruiter after they have finished reviewing the packet. I’m hoping that is positive since they never hired anyone for the position that I interviewed for months ago in Mexia and I haven’t heard back from Denton County MHMR. It becomes depressing when you have been out of work this long. In fact HBO has a documentary about that out right now.

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  48. Michael Dutton

    I’m ready, I too would like to know which companies will be present so that I can research the company and the positions available.

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  49. Melvin

    Okay, have seen your comments and thank you for sharing.

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  50. michael calderon

    I’M ready, looking foward to be interviewing face to face.

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  51. Melvin

    First, the companies coming to the job fair would like to keep their names private until we pre-screen you. Many times applicants attempt to jump the gun and contact them before they are ready.

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  52. debbiearmour

    Good morning! Yes, I am ready as well. Thank you!

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  53. Melvin

    We will begin to tell about the companies coming. I am presently with an employer.

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  54. jannpage

    The weather is much too hot for a suit. I wore black slacks with a white linen shirt with medium heels. I felt like I was professional looking and much more comfortable that I would be in a suit. I was complimented on my appearance by both interviewers. Aug 13th will be in triple digit weather I’m sure

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  55. tammystanphill

    I know it has been awhile since I have done a interview person to person, but feel if I am myself and show my qualifications and history that things will go good. I don’t understand why alot of job looking has to be on the interent or why you have to send everything over the interent without having to see someone, sometimes you want to hand them your resume or appliciation. I guess it is easier for them to go through.
    Yes I feel I am ready.

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  56. Charles Becker

    AUG 15 TH. WILL DETAILS TIME LOCATION.. , WILL IT BE LISTED IN JOB CLUB DISCUSSION, OR EMAILS FROM SHENNA?

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  57. Melvin

    Would it help any of you to come in for a practice interview?

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  58. Melvin

    It summer and suits are not required. Slacks and shirt, simple blouse and skirt, a dress any of these will be okay. Remember, dress for your audience.

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  59. barbaradugger

    I believe I am ready.

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  60. ljwp

    OK Melvin, if you’d rather not list the companies, then why not list the positions available with some description. For example, if it is listed as an accounting position, that can range from a controller, CFO to accounts payable clerk – clarification would help. Thanks.

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  61. Charles Becker

    MELVIN, YOU ARE GOOD AT COACHING AND LISTENING, MAYBE PRIOR TO JOB FAIR, YOU COULD LIST MELVIN’S TOP 10 KEYS TO A JOB FAIR SEARCH, AND INTERVIEW. OR JOB FAIR DISCUSSION KEYS TO REMEMBER… AT A SHOWCASE JOB FAIR. JUST A THOUGHT. MY ONE THOUGHT IS STAY POSITIVE, AND SMILE ALOT..NOT FEEL BEATEN AT ALL.

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  62. williamsheiser

    I think ljwp has a good idea. That way we can tailor our resumes more to the position(s) we’re interested in.

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  63. Eugene Wlodarek

    Yes sir, I am ready.

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  64. joancampbell

    I am ready. I would also like to know the positions available.

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  65. angeladevinney

    Good idea ljwp and if you set up day/time, I don’t mind coming in for mock interviews (Tuesdays aren’t good for me, but other than that). It’s good to know that blazers (suits) are not required during these hot temps! I think the only ones I have are black, brown, and a grey wool one and those would so not work with the heat we are having, lol.

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  66. Gary McCully

    My more immediate need is getting on the Campus Job Xpress web site. From week to week, the site may or may not recognize my password and is not user friendly in re-setting the password.

    Ready for interviews for which I am qualified.

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  67. jannpage

    I am closing out to take care of some business. As I said before, this is so nice to be able to comunicate this way. I love it. Look forward to talking to all next week, Good luck in your searches.

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  68. Gary McCully

    I would like to use someone else’s picture or perhaps a Hollywood stand-in.

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  69. danielcoulon

    I’m semi-ready – working on redoing resume.

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  70. angeladevinney

    Jeff, did you hear back from Weber’s gun range?

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  71. Melvin

    That seems fair, Rachel will begin listing positions.

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  72. peggylane

    Hello all, here are some tips from an article that I came across (“7 Deadly Interview Sins”)
    It’s pretty common sense, but a good reminder. I have the entire article and would be happy to send it to anyone that wants it.
    The comments about #3 (not being prepared with examples that illustrate why you’d excel at the job)were great because if you claim that you excel at something, but then aren’t able to give specific examples of how you’ve used these skills, interviewers aren’t going to give much credence to your claims. The article suggests that you come to the interview prepared with specific examples from your past that show how you’ve turned your skills into real accomplishments at work.
    There was great advice on #5 (asking questions) also.

    7 Deadly Interview Sins
    1. Being late.
    2. Badmouthing a former employer.
    3. Not being prepared with examples that illustrate why you’d excel at the job.
    4. Telling an off-color joke.
    5. Not asking any questions.
    6. Sounding bitter about your job search.
    7. Not being likeable.

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  73. williamsheiser

    Thank you, I think that would be helpful. I hope I find something appropriate for me on the list!

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  74. Melvin

    Ready is not just clothes. It is hair, makeup, your smell and even your breath. I have had some conversations with tobacco users and it is hard to carry on the conversation. I say it a lot, bad breath comes from the stomach.

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  75. Melvin

    Great input!

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  76. Melvin

    Mr. Threadgill,
    We would consider appropriate wear to go as follows:

    Men-A plain colored shirt. Polo style, button up, or plain, no graphics. Pressed slacks. Shirts need to be without wrinkles, also.

    Women-An appropriate blouse. No graphics, t-shirts or tank tops. Pressed slacks or a skirt with a reasonable length.

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  77. Melvin

    We are in discussions with employers and they want us to screen very carefully. So be ready to come dressed.

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  78. MissRudd

    Good Morning Everyone! Some of the jobs we have hiring now or at the job fair are as follows:

    Welders
    Machinists(CNC)
    Home Health Care Providers
    Maintenance

    And more descriptions to come!

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  79. Melvin Freeman

    I think I’am ready.

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  80. angeladevinney

    peggylane,
    I would be interested in the full article. Melvin, I would also be interested in tips on how to better handle the fact that I left my last full time job due to the work environment being unethical. I felt that if I stayed I could potentially lose my professional license. I tried to work with them as long as I could and asked them to correct things as they came up at first and they didn’t. I have stopped putting “ethical reasons” as my reason for leaving past employment and instead put “do the right thing” and if they question me I further explain it during the interview and try to reframe it in the best light about trying to do the best for the patients. In the 4 months I was there, they never showed me the JCAHCO Manual nor did they provide the resources needed to ensure patient or staff safety. There were numerous injuries and sadly many of them could have been prevented had they increased the staff ratio as recommended. I started with my supervisor, and went up the chain to the risk management officer, the CFO, and the CEO to no avail. I even filed a grievance prior to putting in my resignation. When I apply for county or state jobs, they will always contact your previous two full time jobs no matter whether or not you list them as a reference. That is one problem I am running into regarding obtaining employment. No matter how well the interviews have gone, they aren’t able to hire me when my last full time employer (the one I mentioned above) is black-balling me. Advice anyone (for both future interviews and how to handle this situation as well)?

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  81. peggylane

    Angela, hopefully, you can address it proactively when asked the reason for leaving your last position.
    Here are some tips that I came across and I have more detail if you are interested. Let me know how to email you, OK?

    Keep It Short – Generally, the more you try to explain, the more difficult your explanation becomes. Be prepared to answer follow-up questions, but only if they are asked.

    Keep it Positive – Negative statements about your former boss or organization will only hurt you.

    Keep it Truthful – A number of factors result in someone leaving. Pick the reason that is most positive and easiest to explain.

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  82. Heather Ellis

    i posted this this morning but not sure if it was received. I am ready to go

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  83. Jonathon Pledger

    I still cannot find “Employment Interest (NAICS Code)” under “Details” in “My Profile.” I found “Job Seeker ID,” but I’m sure that’s something different.

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  84. evel

    Yes, I am Ready.But i would like to know if there will be in one there excepting appplications in the Medical Field.Like Hospitial,s are Clinics.Have a Bless day All.

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  85. sherriemorgan

    I believe I am ready. I don’t have an appropriate pic but am working on that. My car does not have a working ac right now so I hope this will b fairly early in the day. A lust if positions available would be helpful.

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  86. sherriemorgan

    I apologize for the spell check mistake in my post. Should read a list of available positions would be helpful.

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  87. jeffwhite

    Angela,
    No i have not heard back from Webers as of yet. But maybe something will come along. I am getting restless unable to work this is getting frustrating…
    Jeff

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  88. evelyn dickerson

    I gorgot to ask.How will we know.who is chosen for the interview on Aug,15th.

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  89. brandyrodriguez

    I am ready for some interviews!! Just haven’t gotten any calls back from any of the applications I’ve put out there. I, along with a lot of others, would like to know what type of employers are coming to the event later this month, and also how people are being placed for the interviews. Thanks!!

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  90. christiemiller

    i need to get some skills first

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  91. MissRudd

    Christie,
    What kind of skills are you referring to and how would you like to acquire them?

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  92. tammywitt

    I hope that I am ready but with school and all. Most companies wont look at me because of the hours.

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  93. Melvin

    Angela,
    What I would suggest to you is to present the positive.

    I would tell my future employer I left to find employment that suited my personality. The atmosphere at my last employer was much different from the way I am. What I see at your place of business is more like the way I do business.

    Anything you say negative about past employers makes you look bad. So, that is why I say keep your statements positive.

    Most past employers will not say much about you to a future employer for fear of being sued.

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  94. susanlatham

    I am Ready for work!!

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  95. Victoria

    Good to know! I also would like more information about the companies and what kinds of positions are available. Also, given the set categories of Employment Interest in the “Details” section of My Profile, I put down a category on July 24, which was when I received an e-mail saying I needed to put a category down. Today, I received a card in the mail restating the information of the July 24 e-mail that said I needed to specify a category. I am confused because this information is already in My Profile and has been since July 24. Hope this helps!

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  96. Sherry

    I am ready. I can always look “professional” when needed although that is not me on a daily basis. I am more a jeans and tshirt kinda girl. I do need to get a “professional” looking picture taken and posted. I will work on that ASAP!!

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  97. frankbrown

    yes i am ready got a hair cut and got rid of the grey

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  98. MissRudd

    More Positions!!

    Hands-On Construction Crew Foreman
    Apartment Maintenance
    New Home Demonstrator & Appointment Setter

    Anyone Interested??

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  99. markskinner

    Yes, I think I’m ready. I’ve been in the workforce for 40+ years and have been on both sides of the interview table. I’ve learned to be myself, answer questions honestly, & try to project how my skills can fit into the job position/opening. For an interview, I dress casually and try to project a relaxed, confident disposition. I’ve learned that answering questions directly, without rambling, seems to work best.

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  100. markskinner

    An additional comment: I know that age isn’t suppose to be a factor unless there’s a particular job spec that requires some specific age range for reasons relating to that job. But, I can’t help but think that many employers have some preconceived “age” stereotypes when hiring. Also, when you’ve had a good paying job and you listing out your ending salary/pay, that may predispose a hiring person to think you wouldn’t be interested in a lower paying job…not so.

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  101. mac mcknight

    Im Ready , willing and abel

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  102. tedwalton

    More details in all of these. Indeed has lot if jobs posted for waco too

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  103. Penny Bell

    I’m ready.

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  104. pennybell

    I’m ready

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  105. kimmisharobinson

    I’m super ready!!!!! I really need this

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  106. Candice Lovell

    Have you had a chance to review my resume?

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  107. Candice Lovell

    Racheal

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  108. Minnitt

    I’m ready. I wouldn’t change anything. I would; however like to know what companies will be there!

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  109. chaiho

    I’m ready.

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  110. Melvin

    We are not giving out the names of the employers but we are listing all available positions.

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  111. Courtney

    I am ready.

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  112. MissRudd

    Ms. Lovell,
    We are unable to open the resume file that was uploaded to your profile. Please email me a copy of your resume in a word or pdf format. Thank you.

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  113. Chris Salinas

    I feel I am ready, I usually do very well in interviews as long as I am familiar with the company and position. But if I had to make a change or “ready myself”, I would have to say a new haircut always gives a fresh sense of confidence.

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  114. Melvin

    Everyone that matches an employer posting will be called into the office to be screened. If you have an interest in a position, it would be wise it for you to let us know by email , info@campusjobxpress.com

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  115. Cathy Gerik

    Im ready, just need feed back on my resume.

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  116. William

    Sorry I missed everything this morning. I got caught up doing errands and it totally slipped my mind. I am going to a job fair here in Waco on Tuesday for a Dental position I hope to have good news after that.

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  117. sheterricawiggins

    I was ready, however I just received notice today that I’ve been selected to tea b at a middle school in Cedar Hill. Good luck to everyone! God Bless!

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  118. mikepetry

    ready as can be

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  119. machellharrison

    yes i ready for work i have been filling out applications that are related to my last job working with teenagers.

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  120. Brett Baldwin

    When you’ve worked for 1 company for the last 30yrs. and were let go because the “company was moving in a new direction” (ex: getting rid of older, higher paid employees to save a few bucks), how do you put a positive spin on that? I agree with (markskinner),age is not supposed to be a factor but how many companies are going to hire someone who is a year or two away from retirement?

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  121. MissRudd

    DRIVERS needed! Must have 1year experience driving a commercial box truck within the last 36months. No felonies, clean driving record, Standard Class C D.L., CDL not required.Must be able to lift 150lbs. Please email me if interested, Rachel@campusjobxpress.com

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  122. angeladevinney

    Peggylane,

    I may be emailed directly at counseloradev@gmail.com Thank you for the advice I appreciate it. I’ve had so many interviews and really need a full time job.

    Angela

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  123. angeladevinney

    Melvin,

    Thank you also for the advice. I had been putting as my reason for leaving…as due to ethical reasons. Should I change that too?

    Angela

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  124. Olga Sepeda

    I am not sure if I am ready or not. I am going to school and trying to learn what I need to but not as fast as I want to. I am sure that if someone can teach me along with going to school I can do a great job. As far as liking what I see in the mirror, other than needing a haircut, I like what I see.

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  125. Melvin

    Angela,
    Please change that statement, it can make it look like you are the problem. Make your statements positive.

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  126. Melvin

    Olga,
    I am happy you like what you see. Even though I like what I see, I still ask for opinions. It good to check with others to verify your conclusion.

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  127. Ron

    Mark Skinner, I agree. No doubt, age does matter with probably most employers. But, I’m sure that there are some that are looking for somebody with some experience (years).

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  128. lolabuchanan

    I plan to take some more time practicing interview question answers and use a mirror in the process. I am going to dye my hair because I need to be rid of the gray again — I know it is largely a necessity. I have a relative who has been involved in interviewing and hiring who told me sometimes job candidates who are quite qualified for positions are passed over due to having gray hairs. I will keep my make-up to a minimum. Basic black clothing contributes to a professional look and is slenderizing. Melvin reminded some of the job searchers that it is good to use eye drops if you can detect red. Now it us time to follow through 🙂

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  129. Sally Green

    I agree that looking professional is very important when interviewing for a job. I am definately ready for this showcase. I usually go with a nice suit. It’s also important to not overdue your look. Try to stick with looking natural and don’t wear too much make up or jewelry. Things that are too flashy can make or break you.

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  130. angeladevinney

    Melvin & Peggylane,

    I changed the reason for leaving to seeking a position better suited to my personality (or something to that effect) and while I am still seeking something with more full time hours, I have just been offered a job with a local psychologist working around 28 hours a week with some benefits, which is what I truly needed! I am excited. I am putting in a notice this Thursday after I sign papers at the psychologist’s office here in town. I’ll check in again on Wednesday.

    Angela

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  131. amyarthurwhite

    I am ready. I do look forward to the opportunity and any suggestions.

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  132. shellycawthon

    I’m rerady, I think!

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  133. robreinshuttle

    I am ready! I do need a haircut though, so I guess I need to get that done asap.

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  134. MissRudd

    Congrats Angela!

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  135. sharringt0n

    Congratulations! That’s terrific news!

    I’m excited to report that I have an interview tomorrow morning at 9!!! Fingers crossed, this position is so close I could WALK TO WORK. Considering that I have been applying in places like Stephenville and Cleburne, that’s practically a miracle. Will let y’all know how it goes.

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  136. sharringt0n

    That is a tough one. It pretty much sums up my company as well: I was given a positive review, a raise, a nice bonus, and a pink slip all in the same meeting. One by one everyone 55 and over at that company is being let go. What are you gonna do?

    I say all you can do is emphasize the positive. You learned a lot at that company, you probably took them in a few “new directions” yourself… all you need to do is figure out how to explain succinctly all the good you did the company during your time there.

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  137. lynwaren

    Physically – ready; mentally – ready; spiritually – ready; the triangle of life is – ready. Like some of the other participants have noted, I to would like to have availability to the people/companies we may meet, in order to learn more about them, what they are looking for, how I can present/sell myself to them.

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  138. Christie Watson

    I as well would like to have more information as to what type of employers will be at job fair,as i have never attended one.

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  139. austinholes

    I am ready

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  140. lschwarz

    Good Morning Everyone!

    I have updated my resume and it is on my profile.

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  141. Barbara Dugger

    Hello, fellow jobseekers, I have landed a job at Atrium of Bellmead, thanks to the staff a Workforce center, thanks guys, keep up the tremendous work you do!

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  142. daletrail

    i am ready and have updated my resume

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  143. joleajames

    Ready 🙂

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