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IU Northwest hosting Employment & Internship Fair April 12

Fair to help connect Northwest Indiana employers with prospective employees

Community Mar 20, 2024

A man hands a sheet of paper to two people sitting down. A student gives his resume to a company attending the Employment and Internship Fair at Indiana University Northwest on April 14, 2023. Gary, Ind. — Indiana University Northwest will host an Employment & Internship Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, April 12 in the Savannah Center Gymnasium. The event is free and open to the public.

Local Northwest Indiana employers will be present to provide company information, meet with prospective employees, collect applications and, in some cases, interview candidates. Professional opportunities range from internships to part-time and full-time employment.

Local businesses and organizations attending the fair include:

Adams Radio Group; Albanese Confectionery; Alverno Laboratories; Centier Bank; Community Healthcare System; FBI; Franciscan Health; Horizon Bank; Indiana State Board of Accounts; Indiana State Police; Lake County Parks; Lubeznik Center for the Arts; Methodist Hospitals; Peoples Bank; Porter Starke Services; Strack & VanTil; Steel Cities Steel and more!

For individuals interested in earning their bachelor’s degree, representatives from the IU Northwest Office of Admissions will be present. Representatives from the following graduate programs will also be present to discuss master-level programs: School of Education, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and School of Business and Economics.

All attendees are asked to dress professionally and bring copies of their resumes.

If you have questions or resume writing assistance is needed, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Office of Career Services at 219-980-6650 or email

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