Fifth annual Career and Graduate School Fair is Oct 27 at USD
The fifth annual Career and Graduate School Fair is open to USD students and the general public. Part-time and full-time job opportunities, internships and graduate school programs will be featured along with the opportunity to network with representatives from regional businesses and industries.
For students, the Career and Graduate School Fair presents an opportunity to engage businesses and organizations, and explore career-development possibilities as more than 50 employers are scheduled to participate. Registered businesses include Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center, Bankers Life and Casualty, Good Samaritan Society, Kraft Foods, Polaris, South Dakota Public Broadcasting and more.
Located within the Academic Commons of the I.D. Weeks Library on the USD campus, the Academic and Career Planning Center is available year round for students to assist them with career and academic planning, employment strategies and graduate school applications. The department also assists students with internships and part-time jobs. For more information, please call (605) 677-5381 or visit them on the Web at www.usd.edu/advising.
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