FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Trent University Career Centre Hosts Summer Job and Volunteer Fair: Feb. 3
Trent students explore summer opportunities
Friday, January 30, 2004, Peterborough
The Trent University Career Centre is hosting its annual Summer Job and Volunteer Fair for its students on Tuesday, February 3, 2004, in Champlain College's Great Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The fair will give Trent University students a chance to meet potential employers to discuss summer jobs and volunteer opportunities. The Summer Job and Volunteer Fair allows students to explore and consider unique and exciting summer job possibilities and is a great way for them to start the summer job search.
"Summer employment, whether volunteer or paid, helps students gain necessary experience that will help them in their eventual career," says Kristi Kerford, career counsellor at the Trent Career Centre. "The job fair is an excellent opportunity to expand a student's network, make great contacts and establish a relationship with future employers."
Businesses and organizations being represented at the fair include: Frontier College - Labourer/Teacher Program, Canadian Red Cross, Trent University Athletics & Recreation Dept. - Trent Summer Sports Camp, United Way, Camp Arrowhon, Camp Trillium, Camp Kodiak, Camp Island Lake, The Easter Seal Society, Northern Tier BSA, Verge Magazine, Scotiabank, G.B. Catering, Trent-Severn Waterway, and The Big Apple Ltd.
For more information, visit www.trentu.ca/careers or contact Kristi
Kerford, Career Counsellor,