College Students are Excited about Opportunities at Job Fair

By: Elizabeth Lamb Email
By: Elizabeth Lamb Email

HARRISONBURG -- Students at James Madison University got the chance to learn about job opportunities before the end of the academic year.

Dozens of recruiters set up booths to speak with students on campus.

Taylor Neff, a sophomore, said he expected to see fewer openings and that he was surprised companies have jobs available for students.

“I thought with business majors, they'd be full and have a lot of people coming by. But the employers are actually coming up to me and saying, 'Hey, come by, look at our job offerings, let me see your resume.' They're very interested in what we're doing,” said Neff.

The career fair also has information on internships.

The career fair runs through Wednesday.


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