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UNOH Fall Career Fair

The fair was open to all UNOH students and alumni who are looking for jobs in automotive technology, robotics, and in diesel technology fields. The fair was open to all UNOH students and alumni who are looking for jobs in automotive technology, robotics, and in diesel technology fields.
Many students were even able to set up interviews with some of the companies. Many students were even able to set up interviews with some of the companies.

The University of Northwestern Ohio hosts their semi-annual career fair with over 80 well-known companies looking to hire. 

The fair was open to all UNOH students and alumni who are looking for jobs in automotive technology, robotics, and in diesel technology fields. Many local, regional, and national employers attended the career fair to meet and talk to students about job opportunities. Co-Director of Career Services at UNOH Nicole Neimeyer says it's a good way for employers to meet potential and interact with employees face to face. 

"It’s great for those that are getting ready to graduate it gives them the opportunity to hand out resumes to those that are  looking for and have openings in their fields. It's good for new students because we do have a lot of repeat employers that come here so it’s nice for them to get to know them now so that when it gets closer graduation they know who they’re going to be talking to and it’s easier for them to network with them when it’s really important," says Neimeyer. 

Daran Snyder is a UNOH alumni who is now a Service Manager at Whiteford Kenworth in Lima and he says career fairs like this are very beneficial to students as they were to him during his time on campus. 

"I grew up in the trucking industry as a kid and came to Northwestern in 1998, I graduated in 2000 and  I worked for my family’s trucking company for several years then I came to work for Whiteford in 2004 and I’ve been there worked on the floor as a technician, and now as a service manager," says Snyder.

Many students were even able to set up interviews with some of the companies. 

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