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Career Fair Provides Opportunity to Meet Employers


Alumnus Bernard P. Schott (1987, toolmaking technology) welcomes a student to the Weldon Solutions display in this photo by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer More than 100 employers set up shop in the Field House to network with students and alumni at the spring Career Fair Alumni Jason Tolley, left, and Tom Paisley talk with Lane Ackerman, a construction management major, at The H&K Group booth L-3 Communications Electron Devices' David Godlin shares information with computer aided product design student Zachary Brook Heavy Career Fair traffic is evident at the Kokosing Construction Inc. booth, where Brett Burgett, right, was among employees recruiting from among Penn College students and graduatesNearly 110 employers were at Penn College’s Career Fair on Tuesday, visiting main campus and the Schneebeli Earth Science Center to offer students and alumni an incredible networking opportunity for more than 1,250 full- and part-time jobs and internships. WBRE’s Stef Davis stopped by the Field House late Tuesday morning; her piece on the Career Fair including an interview with Erin S. Shultz, coordinator of career development was broadcast Tuesday evening. An Aviation Career Fair also was held at the Lumley Aviation Center in Montoursville from 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday.

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