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MTSU students, alums to link with 130-plus employe...

MTSU students, alums to link with 130-plus employers at Oct. 3 Fall Career Fair

MTSU students and alumni make the rounds to visit more than 150 employers and graduate/professional schools on hand during the 2018 Fall Career Fair held Wednesday, Oct. 24, at Murphy Center. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

More than 130 employers will showcase their organizations to hundreds of job-seeking students and alumni at this year’s upcoming Fall Career Fair — the university’s largest annual recruiting event and only campuswide career fair.

The 2019 Fall Career Fair, open to MTSU students and alumni, will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, inside MTSU’s Murphy Center on the track level. A searchable campus map is available at http://bit.ly/MTSUParkingMap.

MTSU alumnus Randall Crockett, left, speaks with Natasha Long with Service King during the 2018 Fall Career Fair held Wednesday, Oct. 24, at Murphy Center. The event drew several hundred students and alumni and more than 150 employers and graduate/professional schools. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

MTSU alumnus Randall Crockett, left, speaks with Natasha Long with Service King during the 2018 Fall Career Fair held at Murphy Center. The event drew several hundred students and alumni and more than 150 employers and graduate/professional schools. This year’s event is set for Thursday, Oct. 3. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)

“MTSU has a student body known by employers for their work ethic and diverse skills in communication, problem solving, teamwork, and technology,” said Dusty Doddridge, director of MTSU’s Career Development Center, which provides services such as career counseling, help with resumes, job search coaching and assistance with graduate and professional school applications.

Dusty Doddridge, assistant director, MTSU Career Development Center

Dusty Doddridge

“Many students will be seeking entry-level employment upon graduation and internships while currently enrolled, making the Fall Career Fair a great opportunity for employers and students to connect,” Doddridge added. “This signature event typically attracts over 140 organizations and 800 students and alumni.”

This year’s event has 134 registered employers and organizations, ranging from financial services firms and insurance companies to airlines and law enforcement agencies and many more career fields in between.

As always, students and alumni are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes and dress to impress.

The Career Development Center is located in Room 328 of the Keathley University Center. For more information, call 615-898-2500 or email career@mtsu.edu.

— Jimmy Hart (Jimmy.Hart@mtsu.edu)

MTSU senior DeShawn Dyson, right, speaks with Ciera Franklin of Nashville General Hospital during the 2018 Fall Career Fair held Wednesday, Oct. 24, at Murphy Center. The event drew several hundred students and alumni and more than 150 employers and graduate/professional schools. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

MTSU senior DeShawn Dyson, right, speaks with Ciera Franklin of Nashville General Hospital during the 2018 Fall Career Fair at Murphy Center. This year’s event is set for Thursday, Oct. 3. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)


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