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Adults with Autism Job Fair / Adults with Autism Job Fair

Job Fair 2018

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Applicants can register online at the HAAPE-CARD SPECTRUM Job Fair. The job fair is sponsored by HAAPE and UM-NSU-CARD. Register online by clicking the buttons below.

Application to Exhibit at the HAAPE Job Fair for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder can be submitted online here. HAAPE Job Fair is being held on November 7, 2018 from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM at at Nova Southeastern University. Click the button below to exhibit at our job fair.


  1. On the website (Adults with Autism job Fair 2018) you will be able to register. Click here to register.
  2. Get a game plan and research companies of interest from the directory. Develop tailored resumes for the companies you want to apply with.
  3. Have a clear career focus. Be prepared with an answer to one of the first questions each recruiter is going to ask you: “So, why are you here?”.
  4. Sharpen and rehearse your elevator speech. Your elevator speech can be a great response to the typical interview question, “tell me about yourself”
  5. Prepare and practice responses to typical interview questions. “Tell me what you know about our organization” and “Why do you want to work here?”
  6. Sketch out a few questions to ask each recruiter.
  7. Dress professionally! Clean-cut, well-fitting, conservative. Bring breath mints!
  8. Make a good first and lasting impression! Wait patiently in line for your chance to chat with the recruiter and make sure you ask for their contact information before leaving.
  9. Jot down notes as soon as you are done with the recruiter and include these notes in your thank you email that you will send when you get home.
  10. Follow up!