The annual Western Illinois University Law Enforcement and Justice Administration (LEJA) Career Fair is set from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16 in the University Union Grand Ballroom. The fair is open free to WIU students, alumni, as well as the public.
More than 50 agencies will be recruiting for full-time employment and for internships. Students from all majors are welcome to attend the fair. According to Michelle Howe, assistant director in WIU’s Career Development Center, some agencies are looking for students with backgrounds in psychology, sociology, social work, natural resources, as well as students studying in other majors and minors.
“We encourage attendees to dress professionally, bring multiple copies of résumés and to research the organizations individuals plan on visiting at the fair,” she said.
A list of participating agencies is available at www.student.services.wiu.edu/careers/fair/companies.asp?fairID=28.
The LEJA Career Fair is co-sponsored by the WIU Career Development Center and the School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. For more information, contact (309) 298-1838.
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To showcase what Horn Field Campus (HFC) has to offer to members of the Western, Macomb and surrounding communities, HFC Program Coordinator Mindy Pheiffer and her HFC staff will host an open house from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14. The event is open free to the public.
We are excited about the new addition to WIU-QC and today, Governor Quinn attended a ribbon cutting that marked the completion of the 442 million Phase II construction project.
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RunningGames The Center for Youth and Family Solutions presents: The Running Games, a 5K fun run and 1 mile trail walk on September 27 at Horn Field Campus. Dress as your favorite movie character for a chance to win! Register at www.cyfsolutions.org or call 309-833-1791. Proceeds to benefit the creation of camp for local at risk youth.
Nice interview by District Administration Magazine with WIU Educational Leadership alumna, Deborah Olson.
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