Business Society plans networking tea

November 14, 2005

DuBois, Pa. -- In England, "high tea" is experienced daily at 4 p.m. sharp. This week, students at Penn State DuBois will be networking during high tea with more than two dozen business and industry leaders from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Student Union, Hiller Building, over hot beverages and baked delicacies. Professional dress is required.

According to Business Society President Sarah Skupien, the event will provide students an educational and professional opportunity for networking with potential future employers. Employers, in turn, will gain insight into the skills students are acquiring as they prepare to enter the workforce.

The event is open to all majors, but an RSVP is required by contacting Skupien at sms621@psu.edu or Gabby Keen at gak161@psu.edu

The employers that will attend are: Timberland FCU, DuBois; DuBois Regional Medical Center; Red Lobster, DuBois; Appalachian Wood Products, Clearfield; CVS of DuBois; Gerg Tool & Die, St. Marys; Paris Companies, DuBois; Jefferson Manor, Brookville; WalMart Distribution Center, Woodland; Lezzer Lumber, Curwensville; WalMart of DuBois; Advantage Forestry, Reynoldsville; Lowes Home Centers Inc., DuBois; Northwest Savings Bank, Sykesville; Passages, DuBois; Paint and Play School Inc., DuBois; ICT Group, DuBois; Jefferson County Area Agency on Aging, Brookville; Lakeshore Community Services, Erie; Clearfield County Drug and Alcohol Commission, DuBois; Manpower Services, DuBois; U.S. Army; Interim Healthcare, DuBois; Pennsylvania State Police, Clearfield; DuBois CareerLink; Mt. Laurel Nursing and Rehab Center, Clearfield; Barnes & Noble, State College; and Larry Brubaker, Retired President of CSB Bank, Curwensville.

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