UW-Green Bay students were met with opportunity and optimism Wednesday (March 8) as they explored future employment through the University’s Job and Internship Fair. Local media reported on the event, part of Business Week 2012, and said an improving economy led to optimism for many who attended. Businesses and students alike emphasized the advantages of networking, internships and face-to-face interaction to landing that future job. Coverage from the Green Bay Press-Gazette and WBAY, Action 2 News.
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