Your Career – and Life – Could Change Forever at Job Fair 2016

It’s well-known among the world’s biggest publishers and marketers that AWAI-trained copywriters are the best in the biz. And that’s why hundreds will be at the Job Fair during this year’s FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp.

It’s your chance to network, submit spec assignments, and talk directly with potential clients. Attendees in the past have been offered jobs on the spot. Others have garnered years worth of work from contacts they made at Job Fair. Steve Coombes has made hundreds of thousands of dollars from a client he met at Bootcamp in 2007 — and he’s still working for them.

This is a can’t-miss event … and it doesn’t matter if you don’t have a portfolio … or have never had a freelance assignment. The clients at Job Fair are looking for writers of all experience levels.

Meet AWAI-trained copywriter Jen Adams in the video below as she explains why you need to be at Job Fair this year. As Jen says, “One contact can turn into a whole career.”

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The only way to attend Job Fair is to be at Bootcamp this October.

And if you sign up before August 31st at midnight, you'll save $300 on the cost of registration.

Find out more — and reserve your seat (and spot at Job Fair).

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Published: August 29, 2016

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