Part-Time Job Fair

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A student inquiring about a job on campus. Photo by Javanna Rogers.

Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer

On Sept. 26, the Student Employment Center hosted a part-time job fair on the Armstrong Campus. The event brought up to 20 employers, on and off campus. 

According to the employment center their goal is “to enhance student learning by providing meaningful work experiences. We aim to assist students with locating employment opportunities within Georgia Southern University’s campuses and communities.”

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Some of the companies that were looking to hire at the Part-Time Job Fair. Photo by Javanna Rogers.

Alexxus Walker, a junior, said “I feel as if this fair helps individuals in need of a job and gets them to get acquainted with faculty and staff on campus. I would hope that this brings students the opportunity to get to know their campus more and get ready for things like internships in their field.” 

Sydnei Turner, works with Graduate Assistance at the First Year Experience Office, says “I believe the job fair is a great way for students to learn about different opportunities on and off campus. As for the faculty and staff this fair is a great way to network  and bring different departments together in order to better serve students.”

Yolanda Hernandez, Human Resources Coordinator, encourages all students to come to Academic Success Center events.  

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The Academic Success Center looking to hire at the Part-Time Job Fair.