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National Capital Region Job Fair

Looking for a new job, career or opportunity?  Find it at the National Capital Region Job Fair sponsored by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association. Dozens of professional and high tech companies from Virginia, Maryland, and DC will be recruiting for all levels and disciplines. You do not need to be a student or graduate of Virginia Tech to attend. If you see a job or a company that you are interested in pursuing, you are welcome to attend this free event.

Free shuttle provided. Contact career services at ocs@bridgewater.edu to reserve your spot.

For more information go to dchokies.org/ncr-job-fair or contact Sherry Talbott at ocs@bridgewater.edu.

A networking event for young professionals including college students and graduates. Features national and regional experts on topics that explore the future of work, preparing you to help take your company to the next level.

The conference offers unique opportunities to gain leadership skills, network with leaders and develop a deeper connection to the Roanoke Region.

Contact career services at ocs@bridgewater.edu about transportation and funding.

For full details of the event go to get2knownoke.com/2018/11/19/save-the-date-experience/.

Make sure you are ready for the GRE, GMAT, MCAT or other graduate exams.  Go to kaptest.com, select your test (ex. GRE) > more > free GRE practice. Then select “free GRE practice test and review”. Tests are in real time.  Please contact career services at ocs.bridgewater.edu if you have questions. Good Luck!

Make sure you are ready for the GRE, GMAT, MCAT or other graduate exams.  Go to kaptest.com, select your test (ex. GRE) > more > free GRE practice. Then select “free GRE practice test and review”. Tests are in real time.  Please contact career services at ocs.bridgewater.edu if you have questions. Good Luck!

Look for the résumé doctor during lunch. Bring your résumé by for an examination. Will your résumé walk away with a clean bill of health or will it need emergency surgery?

Look for the résumé doctor during lunch. Bring your résumé by for an examination. Will your résumé walk away with a clean bill of health or will it need emergency surgery?

Appalachian School of Law will administer a mock LSAT test and coach students on how to prepare for the LSAT and applying to law school. Students can score their tests on the spot. Free event with lunch provided.

Must register to attend at goo.gl/forms/zQyKEaaHxQAfoHyA2.

Transportation may be provided depending on number of attendees. Please contact career services if you plan to attend at ocs@bridgewater.edu. Recommended for sophomores, juniors, seniors and alumni.

March 26: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
March 27: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Seniors, stop by the office of career services table to fill out your senior survey, pick up great information for transitioning from college to career, and pick up your graduation duckie.

The purpose of this career fair is to learn about jobs and internships, talk with employers representing different organizations and network. Be sure to check out the TRD Preparation Checklist for more information and visit the event website.

Fair: 10 a.m. to noon
Interviews: Noon to 4 p.m.

For Questions, Contact Colleen Waller at wallercp@jmu.edu.

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