Southern Vermont College hosts career fair April 4March 29,2013College hosts career fair
BENNINGTON ó Southern Vermont College will host its annual spring career and internship fair April 4 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Everett Mansionís Burgdorff Gallery.
Information will be available at the fair about employment, career and internship opportunities. The event is free and open to the general public, students from other area colleges and current students and alumni from Southern Vermont College.
Representatives will attend from, among others, Avon; Berkshire Family and Individual Resources; the Bennington School; Hillcrest Educational Centers, Inc.; the Lebanon, N.H., Police Department; Peace Corps; Porter Medical Center; Sage Graduate College; Southwestern Vermont Health Care; Union Graduate College; The Vermont Country Store; Vermont Voltage/Bennington Sports Center; and the Vermont State Police.
Employers interested in participating or those seeking more information should contact Southern Vermont College Director of Career Development Denise Spencer by phone at 447-4631 or email at email@example.com.
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