Brief: Career Center to host CSUN spring job fair

Alex Vejar

More than 100 employers from various industries will line the Northridge Center of the University Student Union on Thursday for this semester’s job fair.

The event is hosted by the Career Center and will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Students will have the opportunity to meet with recruiters of companies such as AT&T, Dreamworks, New York Life, Enterprise and others, said Akriti Shrivastava, employee and relations and event coordinator assistant for the career center.

The companies offer part-time and full-time positions as well as internships, Shrivastava said.

“I think its a great opportunity for students because the positions are for a while they are attending school or after graduation,” Shrivastava said.

Students are encouraged to come to the job fair dressed in business attire, with resumes in tow.

Shrivastava said this semester’s job fair will set itself apart from previous fairs.

“This time, we have a variety of companies for a lot of different majors that we usually don’t have,” Shrivastava said.

All the companies represented in the job fair were recruited by the university’s Career Center.

“It’s a good networking opportunity, and I think that’s very important for students,” Shrivastava said. “I think it’s going to be a really good event.”