Chicago Career Expo – October 19, 2010
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Included in this free four-hour event
*Power Seminars: Top tips and tricks on acing a challenging job search
*Mentor Match: Candid advice from another professional in the trenches
*Perfect Pitch: Nail your quick intro to wow everyone you meet
*Resume Reviews: Instant feedback on this all-important document
*Engaging Employers: Access to the people who’ll get you in the door
*Exceptional Connections: Phenomenal talent to trade ideas and leads
Take Part in our Mentor Match Program Sponsored by Walmart
On Tuesday, October 19, all career expo attendees are invited to benefit from a complimentary, one-on-one “speed mentoring” session with accomplished professionals from a range of leading employers. This is your chance to ask questions about balancing work and family, figuring out how to switch careers, and finding the Aha! moment in your job search and career advancement. Ask anything you want during your mini-mentor session! It’s another FREE benefit of attending the Chicago Career Expo. (No pre-registration necessary.)
Is Entrepreneurship Right for You?
Featuring SPECIAL GUEST: Small Business Coach Michelle Pippin
“Replace Your Current (or Previous) Income: Where to Start, What to Do, and Why You Must Start Now!” Join us for a special session during the Women For Hire Career Expo. This is a candid conversation about starting and growing YOUR small business — to turn your passion to profit. Throughout the event, Michelle—along with Tory Johnson—will tackle your toughest small business challenges. And they’ll introduce you to the Spark & Hustle National Tour—with special savings too.
Benefit from our Perfect Pitch Program Hosted By Toastmasters International – District 30
In this session you’ll work with coaches to master that all-important one sentence to sell yourself.
Whether you’re a seasoned executive, a recent college grad or an entrepreneur, we all must know how to introduce ourselves in a way that’s clear, concise and compelling. Yet most people don’t have that opening sentence down.
This session will help change that and leave you feeling empowered and confident. Get the boost you need with coaches from District 30 Toastmasters!
This is a partial list of the participating exhibitors. This list is updated regularly, so please check back each week. Click on the name to view a profile.
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Directions to the Event
Direct service to Navy Pier is provided by CTA buses from the Madison Street (former Northwestern) Station.
By City Bus
The CTA has six bus lines with over 200 buses that serve the Pier’s front entrance daily. These include the #29 (State Street), the #65 (Grand Avenue), the #56 (Milwaukee Avenue), and the #66 (Chicago Avenue). During weekday rush hours: #120 (Northwestern/Wacker Express) and #121 (Union/Wacker Express) serve Navy Pier and their respective Metra train terminals.
From The North
Take Lake Shore Drive (US 41) to the Grand Avenue exit.
From The Northwest
Take the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94) to the Ohio Street exit, south on Orleans to Illinois Street and proceed east.
From The West
Take the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) to Columbus Drive, north to Illinois Street, and east to the Pier.
From The Southwest
Take the Stevenson Expressway (I-55) to Lake Shore Drive (U.S. 41), and then north to the Illinois Street exit.
From The South
Take the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94), east onto the Stevenson Expressway to Lake Shore Drive North and exit at Illinois Street.
From The Southeast
Take Lake Shore Drive (US 41) north to the Illinois Street exit.