MTU students are breathing a sigh of relief after going through countless interviews in hopes of landing their next big job. Over 300 companies from across the country packed the Student Development Complex at Michigan Tech for the university’s job fair Tuesday. Students double and triple checked their resumes and were determined to leave a lasting impression on their prospective employers. Career Services Director Steve Patchin explained how the state of the economy impacts the job market.
Students lined up in front of booths and answered questions about career achievements and previous experience. John Dau from DTE Energy says he knows Michigan Tech is a great place to recruit in the Midwest.
The interviews included opportunities for internships and co-ops as well as full-time and part-time jobs.