The size of last night’s audience at the 3OH!3 show might have been saying, “Don’t Trust Me,” but the security guards loosened the “Chokechain,” they had on the crowd and let them be “Starstrukk.”
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Job and internship opportunities are available for students looking to find employment following graduation, and employers say they welcome the opportunity to offer these positions to the most qualified applicants.
But according to Tanya Baird, the internship coordinator at Colorado State University-Pueblo, getting hired is only part of any job search. First, she said, an applicant must get an employer to notice them – a sometimes impossible feat. That’s because, she said, in today’s highly competitive job market employers want more than a college degree; they want someone who somehow stands out from the competition and shouts, “I’m the one for the job!”
Students will have an opportunity to explore their options at the third annual Internship and Job Fair scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 22 at the Colorado State University-Pueblo Career Center.