October Job Fest at Treme Center

Join us on Wednesday, October 18thfrom noon until 3 p.m. for our October Job Fest at Treme Center. We have 30 hospitality and tourism employers ready to hire great, enthusiastic people like you! Job 1 will be there to help with resumes and Daughters of Charity will provide health screenings. More details are below.

Job Fest Details   

When: Wednesday, October 18th from noon until 3 p.m.

Where: Treme Center, 900 N. Villere Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

Who:  The New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting the event and everyone is welcome to attend. A sample of the employers participating include:

  • Audubon Nature Institute
  • Daughters of Charity
  • Dickie Brennan & Company 
  • Hotel Monteleone
  • Hospitality Enterprises
  • Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome
  • House of Blues
  • HRI Properties
  • International House New Orleans
  • Le Meridien
  • Muriel’s Jackson Square
  • NOPD
  • Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office
  • Pelican Hospitality New Orleans
  • Shiftgig
  • SpringHill & TownePlace Suites New Orleans Downtown
  • Waffle House
  • Wyndham Vacation Ownership

*List of employers are subject to change

What: Designed to be a one-stop shop for job candidates, Job Fest allows participants to meet with a variety of employers from hotels, restaurants, and other tourism fields. Participants can ask questions and learn more about the hiring process in a welcoming, one-on-one setting. The Job Fest is part of an effort to connect job seekers to careers in the hospitality and tourism industry across New Orleans.

Why: In New Orleans, tourism provides thousands of satisfying jobs in fields like guest relations, finance, administration, housekeeping, food and beverage service and beyond. Each job offers an opportunity for growth to move up in a company while enjoying employee benefits and the peace of mind that comes with a steady paycheck. A job in hospitality and tourism – which can start by a visit to Job Fest – is the basis for a lasting and fulfilling career in New Orleans.