The pandemic has changed recruiting but the workforce system is still here to help you find the talent that you need! The Western WI Workforce Development Board will be hosting a Drive Thru Job Fair July 15 from 12 Noon to 4 p.m. at La Crosse Logan High School parking lot as part of a statewide, unified approach to let job seekers know that there is still opportunity available in their local area!


How will the fair work and how can you participate?


  •  Let us know that your company plans to participate by contacting Jessie Foss at

  •   If you have available positions, you will need to provide 350 one page recruitment flyers for your company. Your one-page document can be printed on one or both sides, 8.5x11” or smaller size; however, only one page per company! What should you include? Here are some suggestions:

  • Company name, location, logo, etc.

  • Available position(s) immediately at the time of this event

  • How to apply

  • Details about company benefits and/or wages

  • What makes your company special, what is the service or product you provide?

  • Include your Equal Opportunity statement

  • Contact information if a job seeker would like to reach out to your company (email, phone or both)

  • If you have questions about this event or would like to learn more about other locations, contact:    Kevin Ruetten

  •  The deadline for dropping off your informational flyers is: 4 p.m. on Thursday, July 9, 2020. Drop off is in the main lobby at 2615 East Avenue South in
    La Crosse.

  •  Your one-page document will be inserted into a bag


  • Staff collating bags will be wearing gloves and masks

  • Each car attending the drive thru fair will be given one bag

  • The event is FREE to participate!  Optional $50 or more marketing budget contributions are welcome. Companies will be recognized as event sponsor on a one-page sheet for their marketing contribution.

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Contact Melisa Myers, EEO Officer for assistance at 608-789-5499 or TTY users call Wisconsin Relay at 800-701-1251 or 711. 

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