Fairfax, VA, January 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Diverse: Issues In Higher Education announced today that they are partnering with eJobFairs.net to offer their exclusive, new Diversefairs.
"We feel that by being one of the first to provide this new cutting-edge technology and exciting recruiting tool, we can enhance the value and experience for not only our job seekers, but our valued clients as well," says Maybelline Mendoza, Online Marketing Analyst at Diverse.
Diverse is America's premier news magazine that covers news and information about the ever-changing world of higher education. Published every two weeks, Diverse is the most widely read magazine in the nation on issues about and affecting underrepresented groups in higher education. Additionally, the magazine offers a specialized job board on DiverseJobs.net.
eJobFairs.net LLC, has been developing and conducting the electronic job fair format since 2005. Their software offers employers "freedom from the booth(tm)", and the Web site allows employers and job seekers to meet online. The ejob fair is live, and can be tailored to any specific date and time, areas and/or industry.
"These live and fully interactive job fairs are not virtual, they are real events where job seekers and employers meet and interview one-on-one with each other in real time," says Jason Vrane, Chief Marketing Officer for eJobFairs.net LLC.