NOTED Student Success Checklist
Students can maximize their time by following
NOTED Job Fair
Career Services to register for the NOTED Job Fair
(may not apply to all colleges and universities).
- Read about
the schools and organizations who are scheduled to attend the NOTED Job
Fair on our homepage. (Participating
the organizations with which you would most like to meet.
your campus Career Services office to schedule a resume critique
several professional-quality copies to take with you to the NOTED Job
Fair. (At least 30).
transportation to the John S. Knight Center in
- Parking is FREE
for NOTED students with validated
ticket in these designated Parking Lots.
available adjacent to the John S. Knight Center and surrounding lots
appropriately in a business suit (leave your jeans and baseball caps at
home!) Remember—first impressions make lasting impressions.
- Bring a
pen/pencil and paper to take notes or complete applications.
resumes and a portfolio or folder.
- NOTE: Backpacks are not permitted in the
John S. Knight Center.
- Review the
employer list and map. Determine where employers are located and
prioritize in what order you want to visit them.
your focus to include many types of school districts (public, private,
urban, rural, and out-of-state).
- Be aware of
time demands on employers. Do not monopolize employers’ time. Ask
specific questions and offer to follow-up after NOTED, as appropriate.
districts may choose to schedule interviews with candidates during the
- Ask for
employers’ business cards for follow-up discussions and
on the leads you developed during the NOTED Job Fair (phone calls, send
resume and cover letter, write thank you notes).
and alumni from participating consortium schools are welcome to attend.
must prove their affiliation with a member institution upon request.
The event is closed to all
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NOTED is a consortium of Northeast
Ohio Colleges including Ashland University, Baldwin Wallace University, Cleveland
State University, Hiram
College, Lake Erie College,
Malone University, Notre Dame College,
University of Akron, University of Mount Union, Ursuline
University, and Youngstown State University.