Next Career Fair April 18, 2018 - Registration Now Open!
Live Video Career Fairs
With the support of abilityJOBS and ABILITY Magazine, ABILITY Corps presents an accessible face to face video career fair technology to corporations, governments and non-profits so that they may actively recruit candidates in the most human and efficient way available. This is the first platform to emulate the live career fair experience accessible for job seekers with or without disabilities.
The feedback from past career fairs taught us that job seekers did not feel fully connected and often left the career fair without communicating with a single recruiter.
Provide a new way for job seekers to engage in online career fairs.
- Create a more human experience
- Remove communication and distance barriers
- Increase efficiency and quality of connections
- Live Video/Audio
- Screen reader compatibility
- Speech to text in real time
- Sign language interpreters on stand-by
- Text based messaging available
Job Seekers can attend from anywhere there is a browser with internet connection. The platform is a user friendly, browser based experience with no need for downloading special software.
*Requirements to attend:
- Desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone
- webcam and microphone
- Chrome or Firefox browser
Organizations now have another resource to make meaningful recruitment connections to persons with disabilities. This user friendly and browser based application requires no unnecessary downloads. The only requirements are an internet connected device with webcam and microphone and a Chrome or Firefox browser.
ABILITYjobs.org is a service of ABILITY Corps—helping companies and job seekers with disabilities connect to increase employment outcomes by using the highest level of accessibility in an online career fair.
ABILITY Corps' mission promotes employment, innovative technologies, building universal designed homes, breaking down unconscious bias, expanding opportunities in the entertainment industry, volunteerism, expanding media and the arts for persons with disabilities.
Founding sponsors are abilityJOBS.com and ABILITYMagazine.com