Saturday, February 13, 2010

Career Fair Update

This just in from Career and Employment Services:

Please encourage your students to attend the Career Fair Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 4-7:00 p.m. in WSC Marshall Hall. Even first-year students can benefit from walking through and checking it out.

Spotlight on organizations that may be of particular interest to your students:

The City of Tacoma is a dynamic place to work where we foster an environment of growth and opportunity. We encourage you to learn more about one of the many trades opportunities and high paying careers we have available. Recruiting full-time, part-time, and summer employees and interns.

The Social Security Administration is looking for people with the ability to provide quality customer service and interpret and explain complex regulations to a diverse public. Recruiting Telephone Contact Representatives.

The Port of Seattle plays a key role in bringing international trade, transportation and travel to the Northwest, and supports industries from tourism to fishing. Recruiting full-time employees and summer interns.

The Educational Service Center recruits college graduates to teach English directly for Korea Poly School in Korea, which is the most reputable and well-established English language institute in the country.

The Washington State Legislative Internship Program offers students a unique opportunity to learn about state government while providing a valuable service. Interns gain an inside view of the legislative process and how constituents are served, while acquiring marketable skills and experience.

For a complete listing of organizations that are attending, visit the Spring 2010 List of Career Fair Employers.

CES welcomes your suggestions for employers we can invite to the next Career Fair. If you have ideas of organizations that fit the interests and goals of Puget Sound students, please drop us a line.

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