Western Washington University to host job fair Nov. 7

Posted on October 25, 2013 

Here's a news release from Western about an upcoming career fair:

BELLINGHAM – Job seekers looking for ways to connect with employers are invited to attend Western Washington University’s Fall Business Career Fair, from 1-5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7 in Western’s Wade King Student Recreation Center MAC Gym.

Admission is free to all job seekers and the event is open to the public.

Co-sponsored by Western’s College of Business and Economics and Career Services Center, the Business Career Fair provides opportunities for students and alumni of all majors to explore internship and employment possibilities with a large number of diverse organizations.

Attendees looking to build a business-focused social media profile can use the “Get Linked In” photo booth from 2:30-5 p.m.

For those who may be uncertain about their career goals or options, the Business Career Fair is an excellent resource for conducting job market research with participating companies and organizations such as Amazon, Aramark, Boeing, Cambia Health Solutions, Compass 2 Campus, Enterprise Holdings, KeyBank, PACCAR, Peace Corps, People’s Bank, QBSI-Zerox, Target, Terex/Genie, Uline, Washington State Department of Revenue, Wells Fargo, and many more.

Job seekers should research participating companies in advance, dress in professional business attire and bring plenty of resumes. There will be several pre-fair resume clinics and a “Perfect Your Pitch” networking event hosted in conjunction with the Alumni Association to prepare students. For a complete listing of participating employers and information about how to prepare for the fair, please visit the Career Services Center website at http://www.wwu.edu/careers/careerfair_fall2013_students.shtml.

For more information about this event, visit the Career Services Center office in Old Main 280 on Western’s campus or call (360) 650-3240.

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