D&E hosting career expo in March

ELKINS – Area residents looking for a career change and businesses seeking employees will both be in luck as the Davis & Elkins College Office of Career Services and Student Employment hosts the 2019 Career Expo.

Open to the public and free to job seekers, the event is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, March 18 in Myles Center for the Arts on the College campus.

Representatives from several area businesses will be present to discuss employment opportunities and take resumes and applications. Space is still available for businesses wishing to participate and may be reserved online; click here.

Those seeking a job should bring copies of their resume for employers. Professional dress is required for admission. 

“The Office of Career Services is proud to provide this opportunity not only to Davis & Elkins College students,but also to extend this service to the community,” said Director of D&E Office of Career Services and Student Employment Lisa Reed. “The Career Expo is a convenient location for those seeking employment and those looking for employees to make multiple connections.” 

Previous job fairs at Davis & Elkins College have been met with positive feedback from scores of businesses throughout West Virginia.

For additional information, email Reed at reedl@dewv.edu.



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