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Spring Career Fair Offers Student Opportunities

SOCORRO, N.M. January 30, 2013 – More than three dozen companies, agencies and universities are among the exhibitors for the Spring 2013 Career Fair, which will be 9 .am. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7.

2013 Spring Career Fair Exhibitors

3D Glass Solutions
ACES Engineering
Alion Research Corp.
American Systems Corp.
Applied Technology Associates
ARCADIS Inc
Concho Resources
EA Engineering, Science, and Technology
EMRTC
Encana
ENERCON
Esterline Defense Technologies
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold
Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Guy F. Atkinson Construction
Hispanic College Fund
HollyFrontier Co.
Honeywell
Leader Technologies
Leprino Foods
LoadStorm
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute
NAVAIR
Navajo Nation Oil & Gas Company
New Mexico State University
NMT Center for Graduate Studies
Packers Plus Energy Services, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratories
Scholarship for Service
Stolar Research Corp.
Survice Engineering Co.
Texas Tech University Graduate School
Tinker Air Force Base Civilian Employment
Ultramain Systems Inc.
United States Marine Corps Officer Programs
United States Navy Officer Programs
Upward Bound Math and Science
URENCO USA
USDA Forest Service - Gila National Forest*
Lillian Armijo, Director of Student Services, said students will find a variety of opportunities to start their career, gain experience through internships or continue their education.

“Our presenters this spring have jobs and internships available for students in every academic department on campus,” Armijo said. “We have a great mix of companies and agencies that are looking to hire Techies.”

For details on each presenter, see the Career Fair brochure online at www.nmt.edu/career-fair. Each recruiting group includes a description of the company and a list of disciplines they are hiring.

Students can prepare themselves for the Career Fair in several ways. First, students should research the companies in attendance and what their specialties are. Students should be prepared to talk about themselves and show some knowledge of the organization.

Students should bring resumés and dress professionally. Seven recruiters will be making appointments with students during the Career Fair for official interviews to be conducted the next day, Friday, Feb. 8.

Tech is also hosting three sessions to help students prepare.

A resumé and cover letter writing workshop is Wednesday, Jan. 30.

An interviewing workshop will be Thursday, Jan. 31.

A workshop on preparing for the Career Fair will be Monday, Feb. 4.

Each workshop is at 5 p.m. in the Career Services office (Fidel Center 262).

“We are here to help students make the transition from student to a career,” Armijo said. “These workshops and the career fairs are important events to help students. I encourage Techies to take advantage of the services we offer.”

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By Thomas Guengerich/New Mexico Tech