Expo Connects Students with Future Career Paths

More than 695 students attended Truman’s Career Expo, which took place on campus Oct. 2. Representatives from 107 businesses, non-profit organizations and graduate schools were on hand to recruit Truman students.

Several organizations hosted on-campus interviews for internships and jobs Oct. 3, with 214 students taking part. Additional companies collected resumes and coordinated both on-campus and on-site interviews for later dates.

In addition to seniors seeking full-time employment, many undergraduate students use the Career Expo to find summer internships with a wide variety of companies such as Cerner, Aldi, Monsanto, 3 Interactive and Target.

The University hosts a Career Expo in both the fall and spring semesters and many Truman alumni come back to campus to participate. For information about how to participate in the next Career Expo, taking place March 5, 2014, contact Polly Matteson, assistant director and employer relations coordinator of the Career Center, at pollym@truman.edu.

Mark Your Calendar — Career Expo March 5, 2014

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