|@St. Norbert February 2010 - Internship fair connects students with the world of work||St. Norbert College|
Job and internship fair connects students with the world of work
If you own a business and are in the market for new employees or interns, you’ll want to take advantage of the eighth annual Full-Time Job and Internship Fair Tuesday, Feb. 23.
“We are encouraging employers who have current openings to take advantage of this career fair,” says Jerry Donahue (Career Services). “It’s a cost-effective way to recruit top students in a timely fashion.
“There are companies who can’t recruit this year because of the down economy, so if you have jobs, it’s a great opportunity for you to recruit talented young people.”
The career fair targets employers looking for full-time entry-level employees and summer interns, Donahue adds.
The event runs 3-5 p.m. in the Ray Van Den Heuvel Family Campus Center. The cost to exhibitors is $75 per table for private sector firms, $37.50 for government and non-profit agencies. (This fee can be waived for non-profit or government agencies with no recruitment budget.)
Employers seeking candidates for full-time and internship positions can register online. The registration deadline is Feb. 9. For more details call (920) 403-3040 or e-mail email@example.com.
Here’s a small sampling of some the businesses that took part in last year’s career fair:
City of Milwaukee
Enzymatic Therapy Inc.
Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program
Greater Green Bay YMCA
Green Bay Area School District
Schenck Business Solutions
Schreiber Foods Inc.
Shopko Stores Inc.
Teach for America