Career fair gives students a glimpse into the future

Staff ~ The Journal Pioneer
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The UPEI Career Showcase and Job Fair will take place Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the W.A. Murphy Student Centre on the UPEI campus.
New this year, with sponsorship from PEI Works, is a showcase that will feature people from a wide variety of professions who will talk to participants about their careers. Professions represented will range from accounting and broadcast journalism to the RCMP and nursing.
As well, 18 private companies and public organizations will be recruiting during the event. These include Veterans Affairs Canada, PEI Department of Tourism and Culture, Cogsdale Corporation, Skills PEI and more.
During the fair, there will be a chance for attendees to win prizes, including an iPod Touch and a netbook with case. Those attending the fair can park without charge in the MacLauchlan/Cari parking lot, and free snacks will be provided.
The job fair is just one of the services offered to students by UPEI's Career Services Centre to help them relate their skills, and interests to career options.
Other services include individual career counselling, assessments, presentations, mock interviews and access to resources.
For detailed information about this event, contact the Career Services Centre at (902) 566-0488.

Organizations: W.A. Murphy Student Centre, Career Services Centre, RCMP Veterans Affairs Canada PEI Department of Cogsdale Corporation

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