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WSU Career Expo Feb. 6 and 7 connects employers with students

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Washington State University students can explore job possibilities by meeting with more than 100 employers at the spring Career Expo days, Feb. 6  and 7. The virtual expo on Monday runs from noon to 3 p.m., and the in-person expo Tuesday is from noon to 4 p.m. in Beasley Coliseum.

“We’re expecting more than 120 employers to be at tables in Beasley, and about 45 employers are ready to engage virtually with students the day before,” said Amanda Morgan, associate director of the Academic Success and Career Center, which organizes and hosts the Career Expo.

All students from all majors and years in college are invited to the event and should register beforehand on Handshake.

Morgan also said that faculty and staff are encouraged to engage with employers at the expo.

“It helps them know the types of skills employers are seeking from employees, and provides the opportunity to interact one-to-one with representatives of companies and organizations interested in our students.”

For the Tuesday in-person event, a special van shuttle will take eventgoers from the CUB to Beasley at no cost.

Information for students to prepare for the Spring Expo is online.

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