Bryce Jordan Center To Host Spring Career Days February 21 & 22

Penn State’s Spring Career Days are back, folks.

The Bryce Jordan Center will host employers and recruiters from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, February 21, and Wednesday, February 22.

Students interested in full-time technical or nontechnical jobs, co-ops, internships, or opportunities from the Stuckeman School Career Day are heavily encouraged to take part in the two-day event.

There will be plenty of opportunities available, with 323 potential employers attending this year’s career days. Some of these companies include Bayer, BNY Mellon, CVS Health, First National Bank, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and more. For a full list of attending employers, click here.

Prior to arriving at the career days, it’s recommended that students do research on attending organizations, prepare any needed materials, print out updated resumes, and apply to positions already open on Nittany Lion Careers. This gives students the chance to get ahead in networking and creating connections with future employers.

For any other questions, you can contact [email protected].

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