- Ada, Oklahoma

ECU News

September 20, 2012

Career fair scheduled at East Central University

Ada —  

East Central University will host the Fall 2012 Career, Internship and Graduate/Professional School Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Bill S. Cole University Center on the ECU campus.

The ECU Career, Internship and Graduate/Professional School Fair provides companies and businesses with an opportunity to connect with ECU students about possible career opportunities. More than 1,200 ECU students graduate yearly with a baccalaureate degree through the School of Business, College of Education and Psychology, College of Health and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences or School of Fine Arts.

The ECU Career, Internship and Graduate/Professional School Fairs attract more than 100 employers to campus each year.

The registration fee is $50 for up to two representatives to participate in the fall career campus. Add $10 for each additional recruiter. The registration fee includes one 6-foot table, two chairs, snacks and inclusion of the organization’s name in Career Development advertising for the event. Each additional table is $25 and there are no refunds.

For more information on the career fair, contact Shawna Jackson, ECU career fair director, at 580-559-5890 or via email at

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