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MSU Spring Job Fair

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Montana State University students had the opportunity to meet with a variety of businesses on Wednesday in hopes of finding a summer job.

Nearly one-thousand students attended the student employment job fair at MSU on Wednesday. They were able to network, apply for jobs and set-up interviews.

The purpose of the fair was to help students find summer jobs to help them pay for school during the year.  

"We hope many students will take jobs away from this fair," said Carina Beck, MSU Career and Internship Services. "We also want them to see the importance of networking, interacting and really beginning to sell themselves to employers."

More than 40 businesses attended the job fair.

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