Photos: Students and alumni network with businesses at Winter Career Fair

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - 3:07pm

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More than 30 businesses attended the WWU Winter Career Fair to recruit students, alumni and community members for jobs and internships.

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Jesus S. De Jesus of Wireless Applications meet with WWU junior Ben Hamilton at the 2017 Winter Career Fair.

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Embra Seay of the Sherwin Williams Co. chats with Allie Smith, a WWU junior, at the 2017 Winter Career Fair

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WWU freshman Anne Christina Ruud learns more about Habitat for Humanity at the 2017 WWU Winter Career Fair

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Levi Randall of Royell Manufacturing shows a piece of equipment to Alan Thomas, a WWU junior, at the 2017 WWU Winter Career Fair.

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WWU alum Joe Sievers attended the 2017 WWU Winter Career Fair on behalf of Pacific Captital Resource Group, Inc.

Job seekers looking to connect directly with employers attended Western Washington University’s Winter Career Fair, Tuesday, March 7 in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room.  Admission to the fair was free and open to the public.

Sponsored by WWU’s Career Services Center, the Winter Career Fair is a major recruiting event that allows students and the general public to meet with hiring managers from numerous organizations, including private-sector companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies.  This year’s event, originally set for Feb. 9, was rescheduled due to inclement weather.