Your resume doesn't need to state the name of the company you're applying to, just the general type of job you're looking for. There's no harm having several different resumes, each tailored to different sectors or jobs. Then at the job fair you hand out the resume that matches what the employer is looking for.seabass069 said:Another question. When writing a resume, you need to write what job your are interested in. Your cover letter and resume will state the name of the company your interested in. How should you write your objectives when you bring your resume to a job fair? At this point, you do not know what company you are giving your resume to. Who do you address it to?