Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) 2023 is featuring a career fair on Nov. 29, in addition to its usual events that showcase the latest technologies in the modeling, simulation and training (MS&T) industry.


This one-day offering at I/ITSEC will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Orange County Convention Center’s West Concourse in Room 110A. The fair’s intended demographic includes individuals with STEM backgrounds, such as graduating students, current professionals, and military veterans, who wish to start or continue their careers in STEM-related fields.


“One of the advantages of having the career fair at I/ITSEC is having so many qualified people that employers are looking for in the same place,” said Erica Haglund, focused workshop lead for the EcosySTEM of Learning. “We’ve held career fairs at other I/ITSEC conferences, but having considered previous feedback, this year our event is located a little further away from the main floor, which can allow professionals to network with a little more privacy than in past years.”


Career-enhancing job possibilities is only one relevant factor to attract MS&T professionals. The I/ITSEC career fair will also offer networking opportunities for businesses that have subcontracting needs, chances to learn about opportunities with government and industry partners, and access to insights about government perspectives and processes.


Attendees must register for the in-person I/ITSEC career fair. Registration is online or in person on the day of the event, and individuals do not have to attend I/ITSEC to participate. However, registration for the fair will also provide job seekers access to the exhibit floor on Nov. 29.


For those registering online in advance, they can upload resumes, which will be shared with participating employers. This option is not be available for those registering in person.


Organizations who wish to have recruiting representation at the fair must contact Carol Dwyer at to register by Nov. 10 and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Participation will cost $1,000 for large businesses, $500 for small businesses, and $100 for government agencies.


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