More Than 80 Companies To Be At Career Fair 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

More than 80 businesses and industries will be represented during the annual Career Fair on Thursday, March 22, in the Chattanooga State Community College gymnasium.

Representatives will meet, greet and discuss employment opportunities with students, alumni and the general public interested in their companies between 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

With commencement less than two months away, spring is a time for employers to meet with upcoming graduates, and other job seekers, to fill positions in their companies.

Business and industry employers representing the fields of engineering, finance/banking, government, communications, broadcasting, tourism, automotive, non-profits, real estate, hospitality, food and beverage, human resources, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, education, insurance, transportation, marketing, management, construction, sales, law and recreation will be at the event this year.

Participants should dress for success and bring a résume.

For more information call the office of Career Services at 697-4421 or email careers@chattanoogastate.edu. 



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