Students getting help to find a job during career week

<p> The Career Center at Truman State University is holding their annual Fall Career Week this week. </p><p> </p>

The Career Center at Truman State University has a big week as it holds the annual Fall Career Week.

KTVO was there Monday morning as a few students participated in mock interviews and resume critiques to prepare for the job application process.

Other events include an etiquette dinner, a networking reception, and of course the big Career & Grad School Expo this Wednesday, October 2.

"It gets a lot of our companies on campus. It gets our name out there to the students. They may find a job at a company they did not realize had a position in that field. Companies come from all over the country all different states very interested in Truman students," said Tess Prewitt of the Truman Career Center.

The expo on Wednesday will have its biggest turn out yet with about 106 employers and graduate schools attending. It will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Student Union Building.

For more information on Truman Fall Career week click here.