In-person Career Expo Returns Aug. 4

DENISE CHING, classifieds sales manager with Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Career Expo 2021 — the 16th show in its eight-year history, including three conducted virtually during the coronavirus pandemic — will directly connect Hawai‘i employers providing serious opportunities to serious job seekers in person.

Career Expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 4 (Wednesday) at Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall, 777 Ward Ave. in Honolulu.

This event will allow job seekers to discover new career paths and submit applications for hundreds of career employment opportunities. Previous expos have received more than 1,000 job applicants.

Featuring such organizations as U.S.VETS and Enterprise Rent-ACar, dozens of local employers and employer resource organizations with immediate openings will be attending Hawai‘i’s best career recruitment event.

The Career Expo attracts some of the state’s most qualified and successful applicants and has helped employers connect with talented candidates seeking employment in a variety of fields, including technology, transportation, retail, banking, health care, hotel and hospitality, sales, management, real estate, education and more.

General admission to attend Career Expo 2021 is free. Business attire with résumé in-hand is strongly suggested. Coronavirus protocols will be implemented, including face mask requirements, social distancing, temperature checks, and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result.

Job seekers and employers attend a Career Expo in 2018. ANTHONY CONSILLIO PHOTO

For more information and to reserve an exhibitor booth, call 808-529-4796 or email

More details and updates are available at, and attendees are also encouraged to preregister online at this web address.