NABEF to Host 2013 Radio Show Career Fair


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Washington, DC - Sep 11, 2013 - The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF), in partnership with the Broadcast Education Association (BEA), will host a Career Fair on Sept. 17 from 1-5 p.m. at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando. Held the day before the 2013 Radio Show begins, the Career Fair will provide experienced professionals and entry-level job seekers with the opportunity to network with major radio companies.

The Career Fair will be structured as a round-table networking event, allowing attendees and recruiters to interact in a fast-paced and personal setting. Entry-level and seasoned professionals interested in radio sales, technology and on-air positions should register using the code CF13 to obtain entry to the Radio Show Career Fair and Exhibit Hall.

Recruiters interested in registering for the event must complete the recruiter registration form available online. All registered recruiters will receive Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) credit for their participation. For additional information, visit the NABEF Career Fair website.




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