The Career Center is excited to announce a shift in job search technology coming to K-State for the 2017-2018 school year.
Author: Ashley Bailey
Are you looking for a summer internship? Haven’t received a job offer yet? There are still opportunities for you. Many companies will be coming to spring career events to recruit K-State students!
But first, there is some preparation essential to a successful career fair experience. Winter break can be a valuable time to start preparing.
Here are some tips to help you get started:
In his opening remarks on Nov. 4, K-State President Richard B. Myers told of the emotions he felt walking into a structure conceived in the 1920’s as a memorial to those who had served and lost their lives in World War I.
“It’s a solemn structure because it’s a memorial, but it has found new life,” he said.
“As the new front door of K-State, the Berney Family Welcome Center will be one of the first university facilities in the country to seamlessly connect future and current student experiences with career opportunities for its graduates,” said Dr. Pat Bosco, V.P. for Student Life and Dean of Students.
With the announcement of the May 2016 move to the Berney Family Welcome Center, Kansas State University’s Career and Employment Services will unite with the Academic and Career Information Center to become the K-State Career Center.
In the award’s second year, Kyle Pelton, ambassador and scheduler for K-State’s New Student Services, was named K-State Student Employee of the Year. Pelton is a senior in accounting and from Ulysses.