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Members of the BRT include successful business men and women who mentor participating business students.
These events may also be held in Seattle and Corvallis.
After the fairs, the Career Success Center partners with OSU Athletics to host a hospitality suite where recruiters can meet with business undergraduates, MBA students and student-athletes in a more informal atmosphere.
The event is similar to a cocktail reception where students and employers can network one-on-one.
Current to-be-read pile:"You'll Grow Out of It" by Jessi Klein"The Mothers" by Brit Bennett"The Vine That Ate the South" by J. Wilkes (will be published in March of this year) Current favorite book:"News of the World" by Paulette Jiles --- Romancing the Tome: An Evening of Speed Dating...
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Literary-themed refreshments will be served and participants will have the opportunity to peruse and take home publishers' advanced copies of books.
Now, meet a few of the expert readers who will be helping out during the event: Laurie seeks out books that make her think.
The Career Success Center provides a variety of opportunities for students and employers to engage.
From alumni who are willing to mentor College of Business students to employers who educate students about their company brands and employment opportunities, the information below will provide you with information about programs and events that strengthen connections between employers and students.
Information Sessions - The CSC works with companies in a variety of industries to hold information sessions.
She reads contemporary fiction, memoirs and young adult fiction. the World" by Jade Chang"My Family and Other Animals" by Gerald Durrell"Beartown" by Fredrik Backman (will be published in April of this year) Current favorite book:"A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman Jennie reads to experience the world from different points of view.
She mostly reads literary fiction that takes place in other countries, as well as graphic novels and books about super-cool women doing super-cool things. Beaverton City Library Main, 12375 SW 5th St, Beaverton, OR 97005This program is free and open to the public.
We make it our business to get to know our patrons in order to, based on their individual tastes, connect them with books that will entertain, inform and enlighten. We invite all book clubs and book-lovers to join our friendly and knowledgeable staff as we introduce you to your next discussion-worthy book club pick or the great book love of your life.