By: Jess Silvaggio
Posted Sept. 22, 2010
USC's Moore School of Business is hosted a 3-day long career fair for their juniors, seniors, and graduate students. About 90 companies were represented at the annual event.
Graduate student John Kornegay said he is excited to attend for the first time.
"I came to the career fair in hopes that I might find an internship amongst all these wonderful companies for this summer coming up," said Kornegay.
Employers like Eaton Corporation are looking to hire students for jobs, internships, and cooperative opportunities.
"We have upwards of almost 500 job openings for direct hiring," says Eaton's Human Resource Manager Brent Paris.
Students had to bring an approved resume and they had to have attended a workshop that teaches them how to dress and communicate with prospective employers.
The Moore School says the interaction with employers is important to network and seek a job.