Annual Greater New Haven Career Fair Fuels Workforce Growth with Regional Talent 



The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Internship, Career, and Job Fair. The Fair takes place Thursday, Feb. 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. at an office building complex, located at 545/555 Long Wharf Drive, New Haven. Drawing from the region’s six major institutions of higher learning, the Internship, Career, & Job Fair will bring together college students, soon-to-be graduates, postgraduates, and regional talent for job and internship opportunities.  

Registration is still available for companies who are hiring to exhibit. Companies will showcase their products, services, and internship and job opportunities to hundreds of attendees. Exhibitors will highlight and promote their business through chamber websites, email blasts, social media networks, and online campus platforms of New Haven area colleges and universities. Businesses will have the opportunity to utilize new technology, via Whova, to meet new prospects and through the job board on the Chamber’s website, where they can promote open positions to attendees. The Chamber is able to pivot to an online platform, via Whova, if needed. 

Other sponsors include Assa Abloy, Holo-Krome, New Haven Promise, Workforce Alliance, Story Real Studios, New Haven Register, and IKEA. 

Learn more about exhibiting at the Fair at the Chamber’s Booth Camp Info Session taking place in early February. Chamber staff will answer questions and walk through set up, activation, and best practices for booths. 

To connect and gain knowledge about the Internship, Career, and Job Fair, businesses can visit gnhcc.com under EVENTS. For more information, email gary@gnhcc.com or call 203-782-4317. 

About the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce 

The Greater New Haven Chamber, whose mission is to provide value through resources and services to its partner companies and to lead regional economic growth through bold and effective advocacy, serves 15 municipalities, Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford, West Haven, and Woodbridge. Established in 1794, the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce is one of the three oldest institutions of its kind in the United States.  



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