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MSUB Holds TechExpo Career Fair

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Over 20 local employers showed up to the TechExpo Career Fair at MSUB today, but in case you missed it you still have a chance to find a job.

Jacey Kaczmarek, a nursing student, said she will have her license practical degree, or LPN in 2014, and is here to make connections.

"My mom's a nurse. It's kind of been in the family. I really enjoy working with patients and you know having that personal connection with people, and helping," said Kaczmarek.

St. Johns Employment Coordinator, Kelly Schallenberger said, "As far as nursing staff you have to be that caring person which I think that people who come into nursing know that already. They're already that caring, giving, person. A lot of it is personality and how you treat other people, and I think that plays a huge role in what nurses do."

Schallenberger said St. John's is looking to hire CNA's, RN's, nutrition services, and traditional care assistance for employment.

Schallenberger also said that if you missed the job fair you can still apply online, or in person.

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