The Annual Meeting Employment Center is an online and on-site resource for employers to connect with applicants on specific open positions. Interested employers and applicants can register for the Annual Meeting Employment Center through the new AAEA Job Board.
Format of the Employment Center
Employers will each be provided a table to display their promotional materials. Tables will be arranged similar to a job fair; employers are welcome to conduct interviews at these tables, or they can move to the more private area that we have reserved. Click here to see the Employment Center Floor plan. Due to space limitations, registration will be limited to 24 employers
New this year, AAEA is providing free Wi-Fi throughout the meeting space. This, in addition to the launch of AAEA’s new Job Board, creates an opportunity for Employment Center participants to use previously unavailable features in their efforts. These include:
- Interview scheduling
- Ability to update profile information while on-site
All interviews will take place in the Employment Center on-site at the Annual Meeting. To make the most of your time in Minneapolis, we strongly recommend that interviews be scheduled in advance of arriving at the meeting; however, scheduling interviews on-site is certainly allowed.
On-site Employment Center Hours
The on-site Employment Center will be located in Nicollet Ballroom D and will be open during the following hours:
- Sunday, July 27, 9:30am–5:00pm
- Monday, July 28, 9:30am–5:00pm
- Tuesday, July 29, 9:30am–4:00pm
- Employer: $450
- Applicant: FREE
Applicants should sign up for the Employment Center through the new AAEA Job Board. Job seekers will be able to register for the Employment Center while on-site at the annual meeting; however, we recommend registering in advance and scheduling interviews prior to arriving in Minneapolis. Applicants must be registered for the Annual Meeting in order to participate in the Employment Center.
Employers are encouraged to register for the Employment Center and begin posting their available positions early. Employers will be able to register for the Employment Center while on-site at the Annual Meeting; however, space is limited to 24 employers on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration for the Employment Center is completed through the new AAEA Job Board.
Employers who are at the meeting only to participate in the Employment Center do not have to be registered for the Annual Meeting. If you plan to participate in other meeting activities, then you must also be registered for the Annual Meeting.
If you have any questions regarding the Employment Center please contact Sarah Kenner (firstname.lastname@example.org).