newsroom.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Final-TSU-Centennial-Career-Classic-Poster-226×300.jpg” alt=”" width=”226″ height=”300″ />NASHVILLE (TSU News Service) – The Career Development Center of Tennessee State University will host the Centennial Career Classic October 11 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in Kean Hall at the Floyd Payne Campus Center.
The career fair is only open to current TSU students or alumni who are recent graduates. This event is not open to the general public. The Career Development Center is asking all those who attend to be dressed in professional attire while at the career fair.
During the career fair, more than 100 organizations from business, industry and non-profits will be in attendance, including Chrysler, Target, General Electric, Dell and Volkswagen. In addition, graduate and professional schools will also be recruiting for their programs.
The Career Development Center provides assistance in preparing students for work and graduate school opportunities. The staff’s commitment ensures the students are given appropriate guidance throughout their career planning and job search process, by providing, part-time, full-time, internships, cooperative education, career employment and graduate and professional school opportunities.
Admission to the fair is free to all Tennessee State University students and recent alumni. For more information, call 615.963.5981 or visit tnstate.edu/careers.
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