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SCJF Report - Amanda Hammons Summer Camp Job Fair February...

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Amanda Hammons Summer Camp Job Fair February 4, 2008 Evaluation According to the majority opinion, the Summer Camp Job Fair was an overall success! Our strengths were found in our numbers and the work demand. Having more than 25 different camps attend and solicit brochures was important to our diverse student atmosphere. Having everyone from our class attend was also a strength because it allowed us to gain feedback from our efforts and get a person-to-person feel of the results. I noticed that the tagline “Need a summer job?” was the key ingredient to the turnout. Most students do not think past their home environment when applying for a job. The fact that not only was there a demand for camp counselors, but also a general summer staff was a clear strength. A weakness that I believe we all assumed from the beginning was the location of the event. Ramsey was a strong choice, but the Gymnastics Overlook was a place most of us had never been. We tried to counter that weakness with a lot of signs directing the visitors. I also wonder if it would have been more effective to host the job fair at the Tate Center during the Career Fair. The advertising would have been easier to budget and the promotions could have been associated with a highly popular event on campus. I noticed that while we were doing our promotions at Tate, a few of the students
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course RLST 5430 taught by Professor Powell during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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