Fox Cities Days
Discover your future in the Fox Cities.
The Fox Cities Chamber and Regional Partnership is taking the show on the road to find the workforce you need! This on-campus recruitment event brings the Fox Cities experience to your future workforce. Join us at one of the Fox Cities Days Recruitment Events. Contact us to learn more.
PULSE Young Professionals Network
Connect, Develop & Engage your young professional talent.
PULSE is a program of the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce and the Fox Cities Chamber Regional Partnership. Now, more than ever, young professionals need to know that they are able to connect with a community’s: leadership, arts and culture, philanthropic organizations. Help your organization’s young professionals create a real bond with their employer and their community.
Tuition reimbursement is a great recruitment and retention tool. The following companies offer tuition reimbursement to their employees:
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Assess benefit data to recruit and retain the best candidates for your organizational budget.
Locally collected: Providing accurate and up-to-date benefit data for companies within the Fox Valley Region has been the long term goal of the annual Fox Cities Benefit Survey, conducted by the Fox Cities Chamber Regional Partnership.
Nationally Collected: View the latest data available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.gov) to compare Fox Cities wages against the State of Wisconsin and Nationally.
Future Fox Cities Career Expo & Conference
Connections start here.
This two-day event hosts students from Outagamie, Calumet and Northern Winnebago counties, connecting them to regional employers within six career clusters.
8th grade students will visit employer booths in all six Career Clusters and plunge into engaging and interactive experiences and conversations with regional employers and career professionals. This day provides up close and personal Career Exploration. Students will receive information on career opportunities, expected starting salaries and job titles, skills and interests of employees, and any post high school training or education needed for that employer/job.
High school students will experience a choice of two breakout sessions focused on soft skills and career based learning opportunities and then visit employer booths to make solid connections in their areas of interest. Employers will provide information about career-based learning opportunities available at their organization such as job shadowing, informational interviews, classroom visits, company tours, internships, summer employment, part-time employment, school to work pathways, youth apprenticeships and more!