Student at Career Center Expo

Setting Up for Success

In October, the van Vlissingen Center for Career and Professional Development hosted its inaugural Fall Career Expo and welcomed more than 35 Tier 1 employers such as Hard Rock Casino & Resort, Eastman Chemical, Dollywood, Bristol Motor Speedway and the FBI. The event informed students about internship prospects and job opportunities. Attendees also had the opportunity to receive professional headshots.

Posted December 15, 2023

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