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UNH career fairs seek employers.

New Hampshire firms have been invited to participate in a spring recruiting event designed for students interested in careers in engineering, technology, health and science.

More than 400 students are expected to attend the Feb. 27 event, which is sponsored by the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire.

In the morning prior to the fair, coffee receptions are offered for employers interested in connecting with students, alumni and faculty in an informal setting.

In addition, the university is planning a Feb. 20 fair focused on liberal arts, nonprofits and business.

"UNH is dedicated to supporting the employers in New Hampshire and the surrounding communities. These fairs offer an opportunity for employers to connect with the talented students at UNH who may ultimately be their future leaders," said Bethany Cooper, associate director of career support at UNH. "Graduating seniors are focused on landing a job offer now for May, while younger students are eager to find 'real world' experience in the form of internships."

Students attend career seminars during the semester to help them develop resumes and interviewing skills in preparation for the job and internship search process, she said.

Employers can register at unh.edu/uacc/employerservices.html or can contact Cooper at 862-2029 or employer.recruiting@unh.edu for more information.
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Title Annotation:University of New Hampshire; Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
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Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Feb 2, 2007
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