Inside and Out, Events Offer Student Options as Ample as Day's Sunshine
– Photos by Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographer; Tom Wilson, writer/editor-PCToday; and Shawnalee E. Miller, Career Services secretary
Staffing coordinator Aron D. Haefner ('12, business administration: human resource management concentration) welcomes a potential employee to the Keystone Staffing table.
Sporting her own blue "alumnus" ribbon, Career Services Dana R. Suter joins Darren W. Meixel ('87, accounting, left) and his brother, Duane J. ('82, business management), owners of The Crazy Tomato restaurants on the Golden Strip and in Jersey Shore.
Fastenal's Scott Hummel (left) and Mike Bowen talk with students about their company, with a local office just across the river from main campus.
Jon Anderson, human resources manager for H.H. Knoebel and Sons Inc., talks with Damon K. Shoemaker, an electronics technology major from Easton, about employment options at the popular amusement park.
Cracker Barrel's Tom Hoffman staffs a busy table, accepting applications throughout the two-hour job fair.
From health care to retail, manufacturing to dining, students avail themselves of part-time employment possibilities.
A sign outside Madigan Library touts the day's two-for-one deal on student opportunity.
A student tries her luck with the Wildcat Events Board.
Cru, one of the faith-based groups represented at the event
PC Alliance adds its welcoming presence to the festive atmosphere.
Members of the Gamers Guild conjure interest in their student group.
Bicycle Recycle, a recent addition to the Pajama Factory northwest of campus, recruits volunteers.
Tables line the ATHS mall, inviting students to embrace campus organizations and community connections.
A student tests her hammering hand at the School of Construction & Design Technologies booth.
Sun, shade and dozens of chances to get involved: There's something for nearly everyone at Fall Fiesta!
A trio of helpful Presidential Student Ambassadors helped employers by unloading their recruitment materials and guiding guests to their tables. From left are welding and fabrication engineering technology majors Garrett D. Corneliussen, of Hickory, North Carolina, and Logan M. Tubiello, of Ottsville, and Ryan Monteleone, of Stevens, enrolled in information technology: network specialist concentration.
Marco G. Cristina, of Pittsburgh – a 2013 electrical technology alumnus enrolled in building automation technology – networks with Muncy Machine and Tool's Justin Fetter through the help of Disability Services sign-language interpreter Sarah S. Moore.