Rose-Hulman students look to the future during career fair

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Students at one local college had the opportunity to meet with leaders in the technology field during a fall career fair.

Nearly 250 companies, including Eli Lilly, Duke Energy and Cummins, were represented at Rose-Hulman Institute of Techonology’s fall career fair.

Students had the opportunity to receive offers for full-time jobs, summer internships and co-op positions.

“It’s important for students to get out and network as well as get a feel for what companies make the most sense for them,” said Adam Baker, career services student team co-chair.

Over the past decade, Rose-Hulman students have had an average job placement rate of 97 percent.

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