Helping Students Jump-Start Their Careers
Minneapolis, MN – Dunwoody College of Technology will be hosting an on-campus, school-wide career fair on February 28th from 11:30am – 1:30pm as a way to connect job seekers with local employers within the metro area. Dunwoody College hosts two on-campus, school-wide career fairs each year with over 280 companies participating in these fairs annually, helping many students land paid jobs or internships well before they graduate.
John Henry Foster’s Automation Specialist, Matt Mensen and Electrical Engineer, James Kirk, will be on hand to help promote interest to an expected 800 Dunwoody students and alumni in the areas of Electrical, Robotic and Pneumatic Automation solutions. They will hold live demonstrations of robotic automation in motion allowing attendees to get an up close and personal look at the latest in technology and to see how easily they can be programmed to perform certain tasks. You can now automate virtually anything with robots.
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John Henry Foster is excited to be part of career fairs such as these and is scheduled to participate at numerous other local fairs throughout 2018. These events allow attendees the chance to come face-to-face with hiring managers and openly network and explore career opportunities with industry representatives and hopefully secure full-time employment. In turn, employers get to meet interested students who can add value to their organization.
For 80 years, John Henry Foster has been a leading distributor of Industrial Air Compressor Systems and Electrical, Robotic and Pneumatic Automation solutions serving clients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and northern Iowa. We are known for providing mobile service, maintenance, air system audits and design of electro-pneumatic and compressed air flow controls.