Hispanic National Bar Association Career Fair
The Hispanic National Bar Association ("HNBA") will host its 2010 Annual Convention in Minneapolis, MN from September 8-11, 2010. As part of the Convention, the HNBA will once again host the largest Latino career fair in the country, providing law students with an opportunity to meet, interview and network with private, government and public interest employers from across the country. The Career Fair will be on Friday, September 10, 2010, at the Hilton Minneapolis.
The early bird registration fee is $175 and the early bird registration deadline is Saturday, July 31, 2010. The regular registration fee is $200 and the deadline is August 6, 2010. Students can attend the entire Convention or just the Career Fair; registration for the Career Fair gives law students access to all Convention activities.
Career Fair Logistics: Employers will have the opportunity to preselect 70% of interviewees and 30% will be assigned by the HNBA to make the interview experience available to all job seekers that register for the Career Fair. Every year, certain employers choose to collect materials through a resume collect, rather than participating in the interview program itself. Please continue to visit the HNBA website for more information as it becomes available.
Please read the following registration instructions closely and make sure to follow the steps in Items 1-4:
1. Register through the Hispanic National Bar Association website: www.hnba.com/events/?regevent_action=register&event_id=6&name_of_event=2010+Career+Fair+-+Career+Seekers
2. Register for an account on the HNBA's Symplicity site: https://law-hnb-csm.symplicity.com/students
3. The registrations through the HNBA website and Symplicity described in Items 1 and 2 above must be received by August 6, 2010
4. Apply to target employers from August 9-13, 2010
To obtain more information on the Career Fair, including past employer participants and discounted hotel rates in Minneapolis, please visit http://www.hnba.com/2010-annual-convention/
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