Connections start here!
The Future Fox Cities Career Expo is going virtual for 2021 through a partnership with vFairs on March 3. This full-day event will not only feature fun and engaging activities for students, but a showcase of our fabulous regional employers in all six major career clusters, including virtual booths for live interactions between students and employers.
Future Fox Cities 2021 will also feature a Virtual Auditorium with employer-led webinars, a Scavenger Hunt, a Leader Board, Event Lobby, and a Help Desk! Employer profiles and other downloadable content about careers in the Fox Cities will also be posted within their virtual booths.
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Future Fox Cities 2021: A Virtual Career Expo
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
vFairs Virtual Platform
8th - 12th grades: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
College Students: 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Employer Registration is Now Closed
School Registration is Open
Cost is $5 per student. Teachers, counselors, or schools will need to register with the Fox Cities Chamber first. (Register here.) You will then be sent a link to the Landing Page of the event. You can begin registering your students at that time. Each student must be registered separately on the Landing Page (Name, grade, email, school, and password). The teacher, counselor, or school will be sent an invoice based on their student registration count. The school is obligated for payment for the number of students registered on the site. Registration holds an open spot and cannot be re-filled once taken. Registered students will also be able to access and explore the event on-demand (without employer interaction) for one month.
NEW! Through a new partnership with Junior Achievement, educators who register will also receive via email lesson plans and activities to assist students in their preparation for the event. Lesson plans will cover such topics as choosing proper attire, creating and delivering an "elevator speech," and the general dos and dont's for interacting with employers.
At the event, students can participate in a Scavenger Hunt with Leader Board, competing for prizes that include Amazon gift cards and Samsung tablets. Students will have the opportunity to chat live with employers -- including information on career-based learning opportunities, job titles within these organizations, how their interests fit with employers, helpful high school courses, and post-high school training or education needed to be hired.
Learn how to use and navigate through this year's virtual platform:
How to login and register:
How to visit employer booths:
How to use the chatroom feature:
How to use more vFairs features, including the auditorium, scavenger hunt, leaderboard and more: