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Job and Ministry Fair 2022

September 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

CSU's job and ministry fair

The Job and Ministry Fair gives local businesses, churches and organizations a chance to connect with students to share employment and volunteer opportunities. The fair will be held  Thursday, September 8, from 10-11 a.m. at CSU’s on-campus Recreation Center.

Marilyn Luster, director of student employment and career readiness, sees it as more than just a chance for students to get a job or sign up to help a non-profit; she wants to give businesses an “opportunity to partner with us in the development of our students.” CSU is committed to preparing Christ-Centered, Career-Ready graduates through academics, co-curriculars and experience-based learning platforms. Off campus jobs and ministries can be part of the intentional student preparation process.

Local businesses, churches and other organizations can reserve a table to present job, ministry and volunteer opportunities at the 2022 Job & Ministry Fair. Hundreds of residential undergraduate students will attend. Employers and organizations will be provided with an eight-foot table and can request an electrical outlet. They are also welcome to request two or more tickets to enjoy lunch with our students and staff beginning at 11:30 a.m. Please bring your own tablecloth, sign and promotional material.

Registration is free and quick! Employers and organizations can reserve a table at 2022 Job & Ministry Fair through the Registration Form. There is limited space available, so please register by August 26.

Questions can be directed to Marilyn Luster at mluster@clarkssummitu.edu or 570.585.9316. Future employment, internship, volunteer and ministry opportunities for on-campus students can also be directed to Luster throughout the year.

“We are thankful for the partnerships we have had with local employers, churches, and non-profits in the greater Scranton area, and we are continuing to seek more partners who are willing to invest in our students,” says Luster. “CSU students have the reputation within our community of having strong character and being honest, hardworking, diligent and consistent. We value the relationships our students have developed with local employers, ministries and non-profits. We are excited for another year to provide the opportunity to send our students into the community to work and serve.”


September 8
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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