Adecco was recently presented with ANU’s Distinguished Community Employer Award for their partnership with the Lynchburg Campus in providing employment opportunities for graduates and for offering job search advice to students. Providing employment opportunities in a variety of fields, from temporary-to-hire to direct hire, with full-time, part-time, day, and evening positions often available, Adecco has been a beneficial employment resource for students.
Shannon Devore, client program manager for Adecco, has visited the campus several times and has worked with students seeking employment. She also ensures that the work does not interfere with their class schedules. Understanding the importance of completing their education to get their degrees, she encourages students to stay the course so they can have their “dream job” when they finish. “We appreciate ANU giving us the opportunity to work with their students,” said Ms. Devore. “These students are always pleasant and very easy to work with. We want to keep them going in the right direction.”
The feeling is mutual. “I like when Shannon comes,” said student Shannon Bowling. “She’s very helpful in showing us how to apply online and search for jobs.”
Campus director Bill Baker (left) and career center director Stephanie Anastasio (right) present ANU’s Distinguished Community Employer Award to Adecco client program manager Shannon Devore.
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