The Princeton Campus hosted a career fair on Wednesday, Sept. 9. Students, graduates, and area residents seeking employment brought their updated résumés in anticipation of finding valuable careers. Employers from Princeton Community Hospital, WVVA TV, West Virginia Department of Corrections (Beckley, WV), Workforce WV, First Community Bank, WV Army National Guard, and more, greeted job searchers as they paused at each booth to discuss potential employment opportunities.
“I love talking with ANU medical assisting graduates; they have such an extensive skills set,” said Janet Horne, recruiter for Princeton Community Hospital and a regular attendee at area career fairs. “As well as qualifying for medical assistant positions, they are also qualified for a variety of other positions, such as monitor technician, registration specialist, surgical technician, and phlebotomist.” Medical assisting student Holly Kadar stopped by the hospital’s booth to discuss the program with Ms. Horne and was excited to learn she could apply for many more positions than she realized. “My discussion with Janet was extremely informative,” said Holly. “I am delighted to learn the ANU program I have chosen can open so many career opportunities for me.”
A number of students and graduates, as well as area job seekers, indicated they found job opportunities at the career fair that were of interest to them, while employers seemed confident they had found suitable candidates for their job openings.
A – Student Holly Kadar was excited to learn she could apply for a variety of positions at the career fair with her medical assisting training.
B- Princeton Community Hospital recruiter Janet Horn enjoys attending ANU career fairs to find prospective employees.
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