Find Your Next Employee From the Comfort of Your Home

 
 
 
Virtual Career Fairs, or VCFs, are your chance to find quality candidates for your open job positions. VCFs with Brazen are quick and easy to setup and implement. With help just a call away, you are ready to take the first steps on your virtual career fair journey.
 
 

Tips for Successfully Setting Up Your VCF Booth

 
 

VCF FAQ

1How does my company participate in the Virtual Career Fair and are there any fees associated with attending the fair?
To participate in the Virtual Career Fair a company must receive an invitation from its county. JobsOhio and the Dayton Development Coalition are hosting the fair with no charges to the employer or job-seeker as another service to the community to connect companies with job-seekers.
2What technology is required to participate in the Virtual Career Fair?
To participate in the virtual career fair, a company will need an internet connection and access to a computer or smartphone with a microphone and camera.
3How do I set up my company's career fair booth?
To set up a company booth, begin by viewing the "Brazen Booth Set-up Demo." For additional help, visit the Brazen Help Center. For additional support, contact Thomas Tye at Thomas.Tye@Soche.org.
4What files can be uploaded to a company booth?
Companies participating in the Virtual Career Fair can upload text fields, images, and videos. Visit the Brazen site for more information.
5What if my company is no longer able to host a booth?
Contact Thomas Tye at Thomas.Tye@Soche.org
6Can I view my chat history with a candidate?
Yes, you can! Logged into the career fair and then navigate to the sidebar and click the "history" button to view the past meetings you had with each candidate.
7How do I reset my password?
First, check to make sure you are using the same email you used to create your account. If this still doesn't work, click here to reset your password.

Need More Information?

Still stuck and need more help? No Worries! You can contact SOCHE's Brazen expert, Thomas Tye, at thomas.tye@soche.org or (937) 258-8890