By Hannah Cox

Wartburg’s Fall Career fair will host 67 companies and graduate schools Tuesday, Sept. 27, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Hall of Champions in The W.

Derek Solheim, associate director of Pathways Center for Career Services, said a number of students have found success by attending the fair, which is officially titled the Fall Career, Internship, and Graduate/Professional School Fair. He cited students who have found internships that led to full-time positions.

“It’s a place to start get your feet wet,” he said. “Take the skills you learn from in the classroom, from being on an athletic team, from being a student leader and incorporate that into an organization.”

Solheim said the fair is a great place for first years to talk with recruiters and alumni about their major and how to apply it to a job long-term. Second and third years can focus on internships and part-time jobs, and the fair helps seniors decide about graduate school or a full-time job, he said.

For a complete list of companies and schools at the career fair visit, http://www.wartburg.edu/careers.  

By Hannah Cox

Wartburg’s Fall Career fair will host 67 companies and graduate schools Tuesday, Sept. 27, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Hall of Champions in The W.

Derek Solheim, associate director of Pathways Center for Career Services, said a number of students have found success by attending the fair, which is officially titled the Fall Career, Internship, and Graduate/Professional School Fair. He cited students who have found internships that led to full-time positions.

“It’s a place to start get your feet wet,” he said. “Take the skills you learn from in the classroom, from being on an athletic team, from being a student leader and incorporate that into an organization.”

Solheim said the fair is a great place for first years to talk with recruiters and alumni about their major and how to apply it to a job long-term. Second and third years can focus on internships and part-time jobs, and the fair helps seniors decide about graduate school or a full-time job, he said.

For a complete list of companies and schools at the career fair visit, http://www.wartburg.edu/careers.  

By Hannah Cox

Wartburg’s Fall Career fair will host 67 companies and graduate schools Tuesday, Sept. 27, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Hall of Champions in The W.

Derek Solheim, associate director of Pathways Center for Career Services, said a number of students have found success by attending the fair, which is officially titled the Fall Career, Internship, and Graduate/Professional School Fair. He cited students who have found internships that led to full-time positions.

“It’s a place to start get your feet wet,” he said. “Take the skills you learn from in the classroom, from being on an athletic team, from being a student leader and incorporate that into an organization.”

Solheim said the fair is a great place for first years to talk with recruiters and alumni about their major and how to apply it to a job long-term. Second and third years can focus on internships and part-time jobs, and the fair helps seniors decide about graduate school or a full-time job, he said.

For a complete list of companies and schools at the career fair visit, http://www.wartburg.edu/careers.