USD Hosts 4th Annual Criminal Justice Career and Graduate Fair
During this career fair, vendors will highlight job openings and discuss agency functions and hiring expectations with future applicants.
The event is open to current USD students and recent graduates. Attendees are encouraged to dress professionally.
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