Bethel University’s Office of Career Services will hold its annual Career Fair for both its students and alumni on Thursday, March 15 from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.  in the Board Room of the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.

“We have some great companies coming to campus for this event,” said Rachael French Brooks, director of career services and prevention. “What we want students and our alumni in the area to realize is that career fairs like this make their job hunt a little easier. They have a gathered group of companies

together in the same place, and they can be prepared to make multiple connections for available jobs. Additionally, this is a great opportunity for students and professionals, alike, to practice their networking skills.”

Some of the companies in attendance will include: Benton County School System; Carey Counseling Center; Centennial Bank; Core Civic Whiteville Correctional Facility and Hardeman County Correctional Facility; Dot Foods; Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic; Henry County Medical Center; Henry County School System; Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare Systems; Natchez Trace Youth Academy; National Motor Club of America; Navy Officer Programs; Northwestern Mutual; Pepsi Mid America; REAL Hope Youth

Center; Regions; Sherwin Williams; Tennessee Army National Guard; Tennessee Highway Patrol; Transamerica Agency Network; US Probation Office; US Secret Service; WRAP; and Youth Villages. A few spots are still available for interested employers.

Those attending are asked to dress in professional attire and to bring multiple copies of their resumes.

For more information, contact Rachael French Brooks at or at 731-352- 4246.

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