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Pierce College Spring 2019 Job Fair

https://youtu.be/o1McxgeQEpQ Samantha Neff reports on the Spring 2019 Job Fair for the Roundup News

Brahmas take charge of their career path

Getting a job is more than a resume or a cover letter. It takes vision, and Pierce College provided students with an array of...

Find your path at the Job Fair

Students crowded the Great Hall searching for internships and job opportunities that could potentially launch the path to their desired career.   Pierce College hosted...

Companies line the Mall for ‘Fair’ job offerings

The Mall was filled with smiling faces and eager students looking for immediate employment for the semesterly Job Fair. More than 50 companies were recruiting...

Gain experience with job fair

An array of professionals working in various fields, from software design to law enforcement, will be answering students’ questions in their respective line of...

Health fair to cure unemployment

Students who want to pursue a future in the healthcare industry are encouraged to explore career options at the Healthcare Career Exploration and Job...

Job Fair at Pierce

Reporter Gabriela Soriano documents the Job Fair that took place on The Mall of Pierce College.

Job Center closes its doors after nearly 20 Years

Pierce College will be closing the Job Center March 30 after an analysis between the functions of the Job Center and Career Center showed...

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