Employers needed for booths at career fair

By the Herald staffSeptember 3, 2013 

Employers and other organizations looking to recruit new staff or find new volunteers are invited to set up a booth for a career fair at Washington State University Tri-Cities on Sept. 26.

About 800 people are expected to attend the event, WSU Tri-Cities officials said in a news release. The university is working with WorkSource Columbia Basin to bring in unemployed professionals. Students from nine colleges and universities are also expected to attend.

Booths can be reserved for $48 each, which includes a hot breakfast and box lunch. WSU Tri-Cities students will give one-minute rsum presentations during the breakfast.

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