NORFOLK, Neb. – The annual Spring Career Fair, sponsored by the Northeast Community College Career Services Office, brought together representatives from 90 companies, agencies and organizations with approximately 310 students in the Cox Activities Center gymnasium on the Norfolk campus.
Terri Heggemeyer, director of career services at Northeast, said she was pleased with the turnout.
“This is always a great opportunity for students and employers to meet face-to-face. Our career fairs are designed to give students an opportunity to explore the many different career paths available and meet with employers,” she said. “For employers, it is a vital resource for them to visit with several students in a short period of time. It’s an easy way to attract potential employees.”
Thirty-six of the businesses represented at the career fair are in Northeast’s 20-county service area with the remaining firms located outside the 20-county region or out-of-state.
To learn more about Northeast Community College’s Career Service Office, visit northeast.edu/career-services.
Miguel Alarcon, Norfolk, a drafting student at Northeast Community College, has his photo taken with Melanie McManigal of Timberlyne Group in Wayne, during Northeast’s annual Spring Career Fair recently. The Career Fair, sponsored by the College’s Career Services Office, brought together representatives from 90 companies, agencies and organizations from six states and 310 students in the Cox Activities Center gymnasium.