BRIDGES AND PATHWAYS PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCES FIRST ANNUAL CAREER FAIR
Beaver County, PA – The premier Bridges & Pathways Partnership Career Fair takes place on Friday October 25, 2019 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Geneva College in Metheny Fieldhouse.
The Bridges and Pathways Career Fair is the first career-oriented event jointly organized by the four member institutions: The Community College of Beaver County (CCBC), Geneva College, Penn State Beaver and Robert Morris University (RMU). This event is focused on business, arts, sciences and technology, and connects students from all four colleges with hiring managers from participating employers.
Cara Fulton, the director of the Geneva College Career and Development Center says, “The planning committee of this special collaboration is ecstatic to provide increased opportunities and convenience for both students and employers at this event. Our distinguished institutions have the same goal to equip and aide our students in achieving their life purpose and career goals. This in turn allows them to continue uplifting our communities, increase our economic girth, and positively impact the world.”
Employers with internships, part-time or full-time positions for spring, summer or fall, are invited to attend. Organizations can register until September 27 on the Geneva College Career Development Center webpage at: https://www.geneva.edu/career/events/bridges-pathways-career-fair.
The Bridges and Pathways College Partnership is a consortium of Beaver Valley institutions of higher education dedicated to improving the lives of Beaver Valley residents through access to education, cultural events and economic opportunities. This historic partnership is a response to the Beaver Valley’s rapidly changing economic identity and the institutions’ collective vision to serve the educational, workforce development and quality of life needs of residents and businesses in the area. As new industry and prospects for growth take root in the valley, the partnership is poised to fulfill the increased postsecondary needs of the region. Information about opportunities and events is available on the partnership website – bridgespathways.com.