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Europe Job Fairs

Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic

Due to Covid19, all CCUSA Work Experience USA Job Fairs in 2021 will be virtual fairs. 

Summer Virtual Fair Hiring Dates

  • January 28 & 29
  • February 11 & 12
  • February 25 & 26
  • March 11 & 12
  • March 25 & 26
  • April 1 & 2

Once international traveling resumes the hiring requirement for free travel to Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic is 25 total hires per person if traveling to 1 city, 40 total hires per person if traveling to 2 cities, or 60 total hires per person if traveling to 3 cities.


  • TBD - Depart USA for Croatia
  • TBD - Arrive in Zagreb, Croatia
  • TBD - Job Fair in Zagreb for Croatia and Slovenia
  • TBD - Depart for Warsaw, Poland
  • TBD - Job Fair in Warsaw, Poland
  • TBD - Fly to Vienna, Austria (and be transported to Bratislava)
  • TBD - Job Fair in Bratislava
  • TBD - Travel by train to Prague, Czech Republic
  • TBD - Job Fair in Prague
  • TBD - Return to USA

Job Fair Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international flight from a CCUSA departure city
  • Inter-country transportation (flights, trains and/or bus transfers)
  • Single hotel accommodations on scheduled nights of the trip
  • Group meals

City Descriptions


Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, ranks among the oldest cities in Central Europe. Its old center consists of the medieval Gradec - which is now home of the Croatian Government and Parliament - and Kaptol, the seat of the Archbishop.


Warsaw lies on the Vistula (Wisła) River, about 240 miles southeast of the Baltic coast city of Gdańsk. It is situated in the middle of the Warsaw Plain, a glacier-formed basin that ranges from 250 to 380 feet above sea level.


Not only is Bratislava the largest city in Slovakia, it also serves as the state capital and is uniquely situated on the border of three countries.

Czech Republic

Prague is famous for its cultural life which is home to the Charles Bridge, built in the 14th century, and the gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, both easily recognizable in the city skyline. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters.