Turazo, the platform that builds careers through virtual coaching, today announced that in response to the Covid-19 outbreak it has launched free virtual career fair programs leveraging Turazo’s 1-on-1 video coaching sessions as the foundation of a relevant recruiting approach.
“Campus recruiting has been turned upside down and students and companies are struggling to navigate what’s next. Turazo’s free Online Career Fairs can keep career and summer internship opportunities alive,” said Peter Cipollone, Turazo’s CEO. “When professionals provide guidance to eager students in Turazo’s 20-minute virtual coaching sessions students grow and companies can quickly evaluate talent with better results.”
The initial fair is hosted by The Women’s Network, an organization committed to empowering and inspiring women to act on their own ambitions and begins April 1st, 2020. Any professional working at a company intending to hire at least 20 entry-level and/or intern positions over the next 12 months is eligible to participate, even if no roles are currently open.
There are no fees for companies or students. More information about the initial Online Career Fair is available for coaches here.
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