More than 130 business and nonprofits expected at career and intern expo

first_imgFacebook Twitter Pi Phi Wing competition promotes literacy TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Nicole Stronghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/nicole-strong/ Previous articleRec makes improvements over summerNext articleMaimed raccoons lead to hunt for illegal traps Nicole Strong RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook ReddIt Delta Gamma goes for gold with Lectureship event Nicole Stronghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/nicole-strong/ + posts ReddIt Nicole Stronghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/nicole-strong/ Alpha Chi Omega’s fashion show raises awareness about domestic violence Nicole Stronghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/nicole-strong/ Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Linkedin Nicole Strong Twitter A new dining option is rolling through the BLUU printStudents interact with business representatives at last year’s career expo. Photo courtesy of the Center for Career and Professional DevelopmentStudents looking for internships or jobs might find one Wednesday at the Career and Intern Expo.About 135 businesses and nonprofit organizations – from the Hershey Co. to the Peace Corps – are expected at the event which is scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m. in the University Recreation Center.“There will be companies there that cross over majors and industries offering opportunities to talk and to learn just more about their company as well as discuss internships and full-time opportunities that they have available,” said Kim Satz, associate director of employer development for the Center for Career and Professional Development. A list of all the companies expected to attend the event is available on the career center website. Satz said students should use this as an opportunity to network.“We encourage students to ask about other positions they may be interested in,” Satz said. “Businesses have a wide gamut so they may be attending the expo to promote certain positions.”“I am looking forward to attending the expo,” said sophomore business major Garret West, “because it’s providing me with the opportunity to meet and network with companies that have the possibility of becoming my employers in the near future.” Students are expected to wear professional dress and prepare a resume. The career center encourages students to meet with their career consultant for resume consultations and preparation to meet future employers. “The career expo is designed to allow only a limited opportunity for an exchange so you want to make sure that you present yourself in as strong of a light as you can within a couple of minutes,” Satz said. Free headshots will be offered to students who are interested.For more information call 817-257-2222 or visit careers.tcu.edu or stop by the career center in Jarvis Hall. Students interact with business representatives at last year’s career expo. Photo courtesy of the Center for Career and Professional Development Linkedin TAGSphotos World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution last_img read more