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Concho, Chevron, and B&W Pantex on campus

Concho Resources, Chevron, and B&W Pantex will be on campus the week of September 24. 

Details on events: 

Concho Resources will host an informational dinner on Monday evening at 6 pm at Bodega Burger. They will be interviewing on campus on Tuesday.

Chevron will have an information session on Tuesday evening at 5:30 pm in Workman 101 and interviews on Wednesday.

B&W Pantex will host an information session on Thursday evening at 7:00 pm in Library 212. They will be back on campus to interview in October.

For complete details on all upcoming employer visits, please click on the Information Sessions & Interviews tab at the left.

Contact Career Services at 575.875.5060 with questions.

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