Volume 94, Issue 82

Tuesday, February 27, 2001


NEWS

Admin proposes huge tuition hikes

Huron prez election still unofficial

USC Listening tour now Sinal's bag too

U of T law students on trial for bending truth

Original pranksters infuriate the 5-0

Briefs

Briefs

The fair is coming to Western: Lots of business, no clowns


Western's Business Lifestyle International, a club that prepares its members for the social and cultural aspects of the business world, has organized an academic fair which will feature prominent companies from the London region.

Racheal Wong, the vice-president internal for Business Lifestyle International, said she organized the job fair in order to help increase Western students' chances of getting work in the corporate world.

Wong said some of the companies featured in the job fair include Pepsi, Frito Lay, Ford, Hershey, Freedom 55 Financial, Staples and Human Resources Development Canada.

"It's pretty hard to get a good job if you're not a graduate student," she noted. "We need employment [opportunities] that allow students to apply their business knowledge."

The job fair will take place tomorrow in the main lounge of Saugeen-Maitland Hall residence, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m..

–Chris Lackner


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