Gardena Students Get Excited For Job Fair

Gardena Students Get Excited about their Future with an On-Campus Job Fair - UEI College

UEI Gardena took their campus to a new level by hosting an on-campus job fair for their students. Throughout the hallways, students had the opportunity to interact with 24 employers. The event motivated students to ask questions to participating companies and learn more about their future careers. With hosting partners such as Altamed®, Caterpillar’s® Entertainment Services division, the Long Beach VA, Walmart®, and Western Dental®, the participation made UEI Gardena students excited and eager to experience the job fair.  This campus-wide effort was led by Marco Guerro, Director of Career Services. The dedication and devotion of the Career Services specialists, as well as the Student Ambassadors, also played a significant role in making this job fair possible.   As always, our goal at UEI is to help students have successful experiences to help them succeed, reach their goals and create futures they can be proud of.  

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