Last week (July 22-25), high school students from around the globe experienced various business majors and explored careers in the world of business at the second annual 4-H Business Camp cohosted by the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics and WVU Extension Service.
Students had an immersive WVU experience throughout the duration of the camp, staying in dorms, exploring Morgantown and the campus, and visiting the WVU Student Rec Center, Outdoor Education Center and other locations around town.
The College of Business and Economics Career Fair is less than two months away, and presents an opportunity for alumni to hire top talent coming out of the College.
“The B&E Career Fair is a great reminder that our alumni can make valuable connections with their alma mater by hiring graduating students,” said Kellyn Smith, director for B&E’s Center for Career Development. “Current students are the benefactors of better resources than ever, ranging from networking and professional development activities, experiential learning inside and outside the classroom, and countless opportunities that lend themselves to overall career preparedness. We encourage our alumni to take a look at our students for internships and fulltime employment.”