Career Services Holds Part-Time Job Fair for Students

Students looking to earn some extra cash or gain valuable working experience had the opportunity to meet with potential employers.


HSU Career Services hosted its first event of the year on Anderson Lawn by the pond. Students and local businesses gathered to have a come-and-go job fair where students could learn about potential part-time and volunteer positions available throughout the community. Local businesses such as Chick-Fil-A, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boy and Girls Club and local news stations let students learn about their companies and the opportunities or internships they offer.

Justin Fry, Senior criminal Justice major from Abilene, said, “It was a great opportunity having the chance to speak with experienced employees from different career fields. I was able to gather a lot information about interesting jobs opportunities.”

This is the first of many student-oriented events to be held on campus this semester. For more news and events visit



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