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A representative of the Central Texas Work Force Commission discusses employment opportunities with a student during last year’s career fair hosted by Central Texas College.

The Central Texas College Career Center announced online registration for its upcoming annual career fair is now open. This year’s event will be held Wednesday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156).

"The career fair is a great way for area businesses to maximize recruiting by meeting motivated individuals for potential employment. Also, vendors or businesses with internship opportunities are encouraged to participate," CTC said in a news release.

The registration fee for employers is $130 which includes a hot breakfast and boxed lunch for two recruiters, an eight-foot table and two chairs (table covering not included). Space is limited, so interested businesses should register early at ctcd.edu/career-center and click the registration button. The registration deadline is Monday, April 6.

The career fair is part of the CTC Career Center’s employment and recruitment services as it continues to foster positive partnerships with employers, students, alumni, faculty, staff, administrators and the community. The Career Center also offers career exploration and counseling, computer resources and internet usage, workshops and job fairs, testing and assessments and training and career coaching.

For more information about the CT Career Center or participation in the career fair, email career.center@ctcd.edu or call 254-526-1106.

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