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Oct. 30, 2017

Fair links students with employers

The Fifth Annual Engineering and Computer Science Fair on Friday Oct. 13, allowed employers to speak with students to share resumes and gain valuable insight.

Students were able to learn how to prepare for interviews by organizing resumes and networking with employers from the computer science and engineering fields.

Employers had full-time and part-time internships, co-ops and permanent positions available.

Some notable companies included Moen, Cisco Systems, First Energy, Medical Mutual and Sherwin Williams.

Theodore Mulle, a junior computer science major, said “being able to see what employers do in a less formal setting and discuss how to best be prepared going into the workforce, is a great opportunity.”

Mulle continued to say that networking is crucial in today’s environment because the workforce is so competitive.

More than 90 employers had registered and more than 700 students signed up for the event. For a complete list of the employers in attendance, visit the Cleveland State Engineering website.


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