Top employers set their sites on graduating students at the Capitol College Career Fair

Do you want to kickstart your career within the engineering, computer science, information technology and business industries? Capitol College has the answer. Students, alumni and employers from around the region are invited to attend the annual Capitol College Career Fair April 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the William G. McGowan Academic Center on the Laurel, Md. campus.

Representatives from many local and statewide employers will be present this year, including ADNET Systems, Inc., Information Security Solutions, the National Security Agency, NAVAIR, Oceaneering, QinetiQ North America, Mission Solutions Group, and many more.

“The Career Fair is a great opportunity for students to learn more about their job options and plan for the career they want,” said Melinda Bunnell-Rhyne, Dean of Students. “Along with finding out about new openings, the Career Fair is perfect for students who want to network with employers and practice their job-seeking skills.”

Those attending should dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes. For more information on this event and other ways in which Capitol can help you boost your career potential, please contact the Office of Career Services or 301-369-2555.

Capitol College is the only independent college in Maryland dedicated to engineering, computer science, information technology and business. Founded in 1927, Capitol is an accredited institution offering associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as professional development training and certificates, and partnerships with government and industry. Capitol is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security. The college is located in Laurel, Md., a suburban setting midway between Washington, DC and Baltimore. Capitol is committed to providing a quality education that is technology-driven, accessible, affordable and practical.

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