Area college bringing in over 100 companies, grad schools for job fair


Cedarville University will host “one of the largest career fairs in Greene County” next week.

More than 100 companies and organizations will be recruiting at the fair, set to begin at 11 a.m. on Feb. 21 in Cedarville University’s Doden Field House. The event is free and open to the public, according to the college.

Among the organizations that will be recruiting at Cedarville are the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Dayton Children’s Hospital, Mercy Health, the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Reynolds & Reynolds and Answers in Genesis.

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Several graduate schools will also attend the career fair, including Ohio University’s college of osteopathic medicine, Capital University’s Law School and the Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, according to Cedarville.

A complete list of companies attending the career fair can be found on Cedarville’s website.

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Cedarville University will also offer a number of workshops leading up to the career fair, including sessions on interviewing, job searching, internships, networking and resume writing.

“It’s a great way to build confidence, network, gather information about a particular industry and secure an interview, internship, or job opportunity,” said Ken Rucker, Cedarville’s associate director of career services.



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