Image of a cloud of wordsHead to a career fair during April to meet with recruiters and advance your job search. Virtual and in-person job fairs can help you connect with employers and learn about career opportunities and different job industries.

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Ticket to Work logo and The Seal of the United States Social Security Administration
Ticket to Work logo and The Seal of the United States Social Security Administration
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Attend a Career Fair in April

Apr 2, 2018

Image of a cloud of wordsAttend a job fair in April to see what employers have to offer and are looking for as they seek to hire new employees.

Career fairs are an excellent way to start or advance your job search. They give you the chance to meet potential employers and learn about different job opportunities.

Before you attend, read Making the Most of a Virtual Career Fair for tips on preparing for an online event and leaving a strong impression with recruiters.

City Career Fair (In Person)

City Career Fairs provide the chance for local and national employers to meet and interview qualified candidates from diverse communities.

Hire Our Heroes Virtual Career Fair

Veterans interested in a variety of industries can talk with potential employers to discuss opportunities and experience, and review resumes in a chat room.

Choice Career Fairs (In person)

Choice Career Fairs organizes more than 130 job and career fair events throughout the United States each year.

Coast to Coast Career Fairs (In Person)

Coast to Coast Career Fairs holds numerous in person career fairs across the country each month.

RecruitMilitary (In Person and Online)

RecruitMilitary seeks to tap into the extensive talent pool that veterans represent for employers.

National Career Fairs (In Person)

National Career Fair holds free career fairs in over 130 cities.

About Ticket to Work

Social Security's Ticket to Work (Ticket) program supports career development for people ages 18 through 64 who receive Social Security disability benefits (SSI or SSDI) and want to work. The Ticket program is free and voluntary. It helps people with disabilities move toward financial independence and connects them with the services and support they need to succeed in the workforce.

Learn More

To learn more about the Ticket program, you can call the Ticket to Work Help Line at 866-968-7842 or 866-833-2967 (TTY) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET. Ask a representative to send you a list of service providers or find providers on your own with the Ticket program Find Help tool.