K-State Student Career Fair goes virtual
MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - Kansas State University’s 4-day Career Fair looks fairly different this year.
The Career Fair usually draws in a thousand students at Bramlage Coliseum but moved to a virtual platform this year.
More than two thousand interactions have taken place between students and employers in the first two days.
The fair has both group and individual sessions available for students to interact with employers.
“Employers are continuing to recruit…students for internships and… still fill some of their full-time needs.” Kansas State University Career Center, executive director, Kerri Keller says.
The Virtual Career Fair continues Wednesday and Thursday, students can register at K-State.edu.
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