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Handshake, one of the resources avilable through the Office of Career Services, is the platform that will virtually host Career Fair this semester. Students can sign up for Career Fair by logging into Handshake and registering with their university email account.

Career Fair to be held virtually this year

Daniel McClain, Staff Reporter September 8, 2020

Amongst several other departments and organizations, the Office of Career Services has decided to host one of its annual events virtually. Career Fair, designated to help students find an internship or...

Making a resume error-free

Making a resume error-free

Jacob Summerville , Opinions Editor September 18, 2019

Job opportunities and internships for college students will likely require the applicant to submit a resume to get a chance to work for the company. The importance of building a resume correctly is...

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Alumni Center helps students prepare for ‘Career Fair’

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter September 12, 2019

Students had a chance to practice communication for job interviews in an event organized on campus. "Networking for introverts" was designed to help students better prepare for upcoming "Career Fair". The...

Career Fair is an annual event put on by Career Services to bring students, alumni, and employers together in one room. Career Services holds a number of other events throughout the semester to prepare students for future employment.

Career Fair: Networking made easy

Annie Goodman, Editor-in-Chief August 20, 2019

The university’s premier networking and recruiting event, Career Fair, is returning this semester for students and alumni to meet potential employers and grow their professional network. “Career...

Almost 50 local and national employers visited campus for the 2019

Network and search at a career fair

Maiah Woodring, Staff Reporter March 17, 2019

At the annual "Biz-Connect" career fair, students networked with potential employers looking to fill full-time, part-time, intern and temporary positions. 49 local and national employers attended the...

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