Missouri S&T Career Fair

The Career Opportunities Center hosted its Spring 2009 Career Fair on Feb. 17 with 149 employers in attendance. S&T students visited with a total of 400 recruiters representing 25 states with high hopes of landing a job, internship, or co-op opportunity.


Those in attendance were: Julie Ailkens ’00; Dustin Althoff ’06; Connie Bauers ’02; Dave Billingsley ‘86; Ashley Boudria ’07; Christy Bracken; Angie Brewer ’91; Craig Brice ’98; Nick Bristow ’07; Megan Brunkhorst ’08; Tom Buel ’05, ’08; James Carter ’08; Mark Coburn ’99; Daniel Conaway ’01; Joseph Craig ’07; Mary Beth Danuser ’06; Nathan Davidson ’08; Traci Davis ’08; Mike Deuschle ’07; Dan Dillard ’06; Dionne Dillon ’96; Sean Dowell ’06; James Duehning ’04; Steve Engeman ’85; Brett Finnell ’05; David Flood ’08; Terry Forster ’75; Anja Frauenberger ’03; Tim Freeney ’05, ’07; Brett Goodman ’93; Tom Grass ’07; Jeff Green ’06; Joe Grier ’07; Amy Hackler ’84; Colin Hanna ’08; Doug Hart ’91; Megan Hart ’03, ’05; Michael Hasty ’08; Lee Holmes ’80; Thomas Hudson ’07; Nicholas Iffrig ’07; Sara Jamison ’97; Bryan Johnson ’92; Kasi Johnson ’03; Craig Kaibel ’03; Nathaniel Keen ’00; Brian Kendall ’01; Brian Kulifay ’07; Cameron Lange ’04; Paul Langenfeld ’84; Rich ‘04 and Laura ’06 Licari; Dennis Linck ’85; Amy Lunn ’07; Alex Mendrygal ’03; Matt Michler ’00; Brian Mitchell ’86; Brad Morgan ’05; Jake Naeger ’05; Mike Nickels ’85; Sean O’Hern ’07; Mike O’Mealy ’87; Travis Overfelt ’07; Ethan Peterson ’01; Greg Polowy ’80; Gary Post ’03; Mitch Putnam ’81; Suresh Radhakrishman ’03; Jason Randazza ’02; Matthew Raterman ’01; Justin Roberts ’07; Ryan Rzadca ’01, ’02; Jamie Sansone ’08; Mike Santy ’01; Dan Scott ’70; Sue Simmons ’84; Erik Sowell ’08; John Stewart ’03, ’05; Bill Studyvin ’69; Shannon Todd ’99; Sasha Trupcevic ’08; Jesse Vance ’81; Zane Voss ’07; Jason Wengler ’96; Jim Westerman ’80; Jay Wheeler ’06; and Jason Williams ’06. Missouri S&T representatives: Stacy Jones, Elaine Russell, and Marianne Ward.

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