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Careers in Energy Week

February 20th, 2020 is the BSC National Energy Center of Excellence (NECE) Employer Presentation Day event.  This event will be held leading up to the Spring Job and Internship Fair held at Bismarck State College.  The Job and Internship Fair is open to campus and the public, and a separate registration and fee is required to participate in this event.  Companies are highly encouraged to participate in the job fair as well as the awareness event, as additional students, past graduates, and the general public will attend in the evening. 


Bismarck State College's National Energy Center of Excellence is inviting energy companies to come to campus and present to students about career opportunities available to them in the industry.  This will include full-time employment opportunities, temporary work assignments and internships.  Companies will be able to give 15 minute presentations to energy students at Bismarck State College. Presentation space will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.  

Participating companies will have the opportunity to set up a booth in the NECE 2nd floor from 11:00am-1:00pm to visit with students in energy programs. 

The NECE will also be providing opportunities for energy students to be part of mock interviews and have their cover letter and resume reviewed by professionals from the energy industry.  This is another great way to interact with students and your potential hires!
 
* Company representing  
First Name
Last Name
Phone
Email Address
Number of people attending
Names of additional people attending
Are you interested in giving 15 minute presentation to energy students?

If yes, which programs of study



* Are you also participating in the BSC Job Fair (requires separate registration here)  

* Are you able to participate in mock interview sessions for students?  

If yes, how many people will participate in administering mock interviews?


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