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Fall Career Expo to Match Businesses, Potential Employees

More than 50 businesses and industries will have recruiters at Pennsylvania College of Technology from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, to discuss potential career opportunities with students and alumni of Penn College and The Pennsylvania State University.

The first Fall Career Expo, to be held in the College’s new Field House, will provide an informal atmosphere for employers to discuss with graduates and current students the various opportunities for part- and full-time employment, Cooperative Education arrangements and internships.

As high placement rates attest, employers readily recognize the value of a Penn College education in their hiring practices. And with more than 5,000 students on campus, there are strong expectations that businesses and industries will not be disappointed with the pool of students seeking jobs in their respective workplaces.

More information about Fall Career Expo ’99 is available through the College’s Office of Counseling and Career Services.

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