CSCC To Host Career/Job Fair On Wednesday

Friday, March 22, 2019

Cleveland State Community College will be hosting an upcoming Career/Job Fair on Wednesday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium on CSCC’s main campus.

"The Career/Job Fair will provide students, graduate and community members with an excellent opportunity to explore the different career options in our area and network with over 85 different employers and universities," officials said.

Companies from various organizations such as Denso, Coca-Cola, M&M Mars, and McKee Foods will be present at the event.  In addition to the employers, there will be over 15 universities on hand to discuss questions about enrollment and transferring.                                                                                 
This year, employers will be grouped together based on the seven different “Career Communities” offered at Cleveland State Community College.  The seven “Career Communities” consist of majors in Advanced Technologies, Business, Education, Fine Arts & Humanities, Social Services, Health Professions, and STEM.  "This will allow our students and the community to gain valuable insight on each of the career communities.  Participants will receive important information and make contacts that could be very beneficial in obtaining a job," officials said.

“This is a perfect opportunity for participants to update their resumes, practice their elevator speeches, talk with university representatives, and prepare to network with over 85 employers and universities,” stated Sandy Kirby, Career Services coordinator.

“We hope everyone will take advantage of this great opportunity and join us for the 2019 Career/Job Fair.”

For more information on this event, contact Sandy Kirby at 423-473-2288 or by email skirby03@clevelandstatecc.edu.


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