Students, faculty, and alumni explored graduate programs, internships, and job opportunities on March 28 in the Kuch Center at the Office of Career Education’s annual Internship and Career Fair, Arcadia’s largest recruiting event.
This year, representatives from more than 110 organizations, including Bradley Staffing Group, Keystone Human Services, and TruMark Financial Credit Union, presented a range of post-graduate opportunities.
“Because of the fair, I was able to make contacts and learn about internship programs with companies that are suited to me,” said Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy major Heather Andrulewich ’19, who hopes to land an internship in the health care field for her senior year.
Beneficial to both students and participating companies, the Internship and Career Fair provides campus-wide brand awareness and visibility among the Arcadia community.
“We want to show students that our company has a global reach,” said Lindsey Myers, a representative from Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories. “Students will contribute to our organization’s widespread effect.”