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Student senates at WSU and the U of I are sponsoring the 2009 Career Fair

PULLMAN – Over 35 employers will be visiting the Palouse to talk with students about summer employment, internships and career positions.
 
The 2009 WSU-UI Career Fair will take place on Jan. 27 at WSU’s Ensminger Pavilion and Jan. 28 at the UI Sub Ballroom from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
 
Recruiters representing large national and international companies, smaller regional businesses, and state and federal agencies will be seeking employees.
 
Undergraduate and graduate students in all majors are encouraged to attend either location. Students should bring their resumes as some employers will be doing on-site interviews.
 
For more information about the Career Fair, including a list of attending employers, please visit http://academic.cahnrs.wsu.edu/careerfair/index.html. WSU students wanting help writing or polishing a resume should visit the Center for Advising and Career Development, http://www.careers.wsu.edu/.

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