Local college students prepare for their futures with career fair

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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Local college students took a giant leap towards their future Wednesday.

Over a hundred businesses and organizations set up booths at Washburn University for the school's annual Spring Career Fair.

13 NEWS' morning reporter Deneysha Richard talked to students about life in the broadcasting field.

One Washburn University employee says thanks to Topeka's many businesses, there's something for every student.

"We are very fortunate here in Topeka," Career Services Specialist Dwayne Williams said. "We have some great employers. We've got business, we've got government, we've got non-profit, we've got medical. There is something for everybody, all of our students."

The students got a chance to apply for internships, part time and full time jobs.