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BYU to host Fall 2007 Career and Internship Fair Oct. 3

On Wednesday, Oct. 3, thousands of Brigham Young University students and alumni will meet with nearly 170 potential employers at the Fall 2007 Career and Internship Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Wilkinson Student Center Ballroom, Garden Court and East Lounge.

Students of all academic disciplines are encouraged to bring current resumes and dress in a professional manner. Because the event caters to students interested in internships and careers, many employers will offer summer work experience as well as full-time positions.

According to fair organizers, the fall 2007 fair will host “top-tier” employers from business, financial, sales, retail, engineering, technical, government, nonprofit, and many other sectors. The fair is so popular that employer registration is already full.

“BYU is well-known for student career fair response,” said David Waddell, fair vice-chairman. “Every year we have employers delighted by the numbers of students that they meet. And they rave about the quality of applicants they meet here as well.”

For more information, contact Richard Cox at (801) 422-5944 or visit careerfair.byu.edu.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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