310 students attend co-op fair

Nov 16, 2001

More than 300 students and 25 employers were part of Kettering's Fall National Cooperative Education Employment Fair hosted by the Cooperative Education and Career Services Department Nov. 13-15.

 

More than 300 students and 25 employers were part of Kettering's Fall National Cooperative Education Employment Fair hosted by the Cooperative Education and Career Services Department Nov. 13-15.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This three-day event offered students a chance to learn more about employers and cooperative education positions, said Stacy Galbreath, the cooperative education associate who co-coordinates it. Kettering's employment fair is intended for unemployed Kettering co-op students and is not open to the public.

Companies participating this year were:

  • A.J. Rose Manufacturing, Avon, Ohio;
  • Becton Dickinson, Durham, N.C.;
  • Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C.;
  • Denso International, Southfield, MI;
  • ESTL (Environmental Screen Test Lab), Auburn Hills, MI;
  • Federal Mogul, Plymouth, MI;
  • General Motors, Detroit, MI;
  • GenTek, Upper Sandusky, OH;
  • Gerstenslager Co., Wooster, OH;
  • Guide Corporation, Pendleton, IN;
  • Harley-Davidson, Milwaukee, WI;
  • Jabil Circuit Inc., St. Petersburg, FL;
  • National Security Agency, Fort Meade, MO;
  • Omron Automotive Electronics, Inc., St. Charles, IL;
  • Rayloc, Hancock, MD;
  • SKD Automotive Group, Jonesville, MI;
  • Sodexho, Brookfield, WI;
  • Synetics, Warren, MI;
  • Trimble, Dayton, OH;
  • Unisys Corp., Plymouth, MI
  • United Parcel Service, Atlanta, GA
  • Visteon Corp., Dearborn, MI.