As a former business owner and coach, and now faculty member and director of Trine University’s Center for Sports Studies, Brandon Podgorski knows the importance of vision.
Students talk with more than 50 company recruiters
January 29, 2016
JAN. 29 -- Trine students had an opportunity to meet representatives from more than 50 companies during the eighth annual Career and Internship Fair on Thursday.
Trine's Employment Resource Center, formerly Career Services, hosted the event that attracted approximately 350 students. Companies were seeking candidates from various majors for internships, co-operative work study and full-time employment. Before the event, Trine's Employment Resource Center (ERC) specialists worked with students to help them prepare for the event in the Rick L. and Vicki L. James University Center. As a result of the fair, the ERC team expects 200 to 300 interviews to take place.
Several companies that participated employ Tri-State or Trine alums and some sent alums to meet and recruit during the event.
The Indiana Section PGA recognized Catherine (Cat) Benson, dean of Trine University’s Ketner School of Business, with its Bill Strausbaugh Award on Monday in Muncie, Indiana.
Trine University students got the opportunity to show off their salesmanship when the Trine Sales and Marketing Association held its first KSB Collegiate Sales Cup on Feb. 21.