Biggest turnout for Truman students and employers at career expo
Truman State University Students wore their Sunday best in the hopes of landing a new job.
The Truman Career Center's Fall 2013 Career/Grad School Expo took place Wednesday in the Student Union Building as part of the center's Career Week.
Students were dressed for success and had their resumes in hand, ready to meet with employers and graduate schools to talk about a jobs, internships or further education.
This was the biggest turnout for the expo with over 100 employers and graduate schools in attendace, ready to see the best Truman students have to offer.
"Truman is a great school. Students do a great job and the involvement is phenomenal today. The whole week, we've had extreme involvement from students and excitement. It brings a lot of energy to the campus and the opportunities are boundless. It's great," said Polly Matteson, Assistant Director for the Truman Career Center.
The Truman Career Center received helpful feedback from employers, and employers say they enjoyed interacting with the students.
A few companies will return to Truman again Thursday for on-campus interviews.