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‘Earn and Learn’ Opportunities Explored at Part-Time Job Fair


From behind a table full of popular snack food, Frito-Lay Inc.'s Rich Clark engages a job-seeker.
From behind a table full of popular snack food, Frito-Lay Inc.’s Rich Clark engages a job-seeker.
Among the Penn College representatives available to students was Danielle L. Willits, Dining Services' recruitment and training specialist.
Among the Penn College representatives available to students was Danielle L. Willits, Dining Services’ recruitment and training specialist.
A student explores a possible part-time job at Excell Tutoring with Jenna Trowbridge (right) and her mother, 1988 business management alumna  Jacqueline K. O'Shea.
A student explores a possible part-time job at Excell Tutoring with Jenna Trowbridge (right) and her mother, 1988 business management alumna Jacqueline K. O’Shea.
Students discuss part-time employment possibilities with Clint Decker from Toys "R" Us.
Students discuss part-time employment possibilities with Clint Decker from Toys “R” Us.
The Olive Garden table, staffed by Kim Johnson and Ben Smith, draws a number of applicants.
The Olive Garden table, staffed by Kim Johnson and Ben Smith, draws a number of applicants.

Penn College students flocked to the Bush Campus Center on Tuesday afternoon for the annual Part-Time Job Fair, getting an opportunity for face-to-face interaction with potential employers in a variety of businesses and specialties. The annual event, held in Penn’s Inn, is sponsored by Career Services’ Earn and Learn program.

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