Career services announces annual job fair

A record 130 local, regional and national employers are slated to send up to 265 representatives to the 15th Annual Mercyhurst College Career and Job Fair on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Athletic Center. 

The fair is the largest in Mercyhurst history and students from all of the local colleges and universities, including LECOM, are invited to attend, according to career services director Robert Hvezda.

The employers will be available to discuss full-time employment opportunities with college seniors and internships and summer employment with college underclassmen. 

For more information about the fair, please contact the career services office at 824-2426. 

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