Speed interviews during the Sector Focused Career Fair (SFCF) Big Bang.
Setting a course for the job you want!
By NINA TI
The Sector Focused Career Fair (SFCF) Big Bang is as good as its name – giving jobseekers the boost they need to get one step closer to their dream jobs.
This highly anticipated annual event by Talent Corporation Malaysia (TalentCorp) will blast off on Jan 19–20 at the TM Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
As one of the premier career fairs in the country, the SFCF Big Bang is sure to be an eye-opener for graduates and jobseekers who are keen to explore possibilities of internship or employment through direct engagement with employers, who are made up of key industry players.
In return, companies will have direct access to interviewing prospective talent, and to collate a database of resumes from the newly graduated and the career-hungry.
Launchpad for 2016
The SFCF Big Bang is the start to TalentCorp’s calendar of other upcoming SFCFs in Malaysia throughout the year featuring key sectors such as engineering, information technology, global business services, banking, finance and many more.
What makes these events unique is its grassroots appeal – the follow-up SFCF events will be a collaborative effort between TalentCorp and local universities targeting students.
The names of the host universities for 2016 will be unveiled during the fair.
These universities will be tasked to carry on the good work from previous years – that is to raise career awareness and instil a better understanding of job opportunities in Malaysia’s key economic sectors while enabling graduates to find employment within the industry of their choice.
Meeting employers of choice
Visitors to the SFCF Big Bang will be able to meet prospective employers and fill out applications on the spot.
The two-day event will feature activities such as Coffee Talks, The Chief Speaks and walk-in interview sessions.
Admission is free.
For more information on SFCF, go to facebook.com/SectorFocusedCareerFairSFCF.
Nina Ti is part of the team that manages social media and distribution of digital content for Leaderonomics. She writes on HR and management topics. All views and opinions expressed here are her own.