Interviews wind up three-day event

This week’s Career Expo of the Palouse winds up Wednesday with post-expo interviews.

Students prepared for job seeking Monday at an open house hosted by WSU Career Services. The expo itself, featuring more than 125 regional graduate schools and employers, was held Tuesday.

Recognized as the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, the Career Expo is an annual opportunity for students to gain internships, summer employment and career opportunities. It is jointly sponsored by WSU and the University of Idaho.

For more information, see http://www.careers.wsu.edu.

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