Tri-County Job Fair at CSM

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Phyllis Tobias, of Huntingtown, who retired from the U.S. Air Force after a 20-year career, made the Resume Doctor booth her first stop at the Tri-County Job and Career Fair to make sure she was on the right track before handing her resume over to potential employers, she said. CSM Compensation and Benefits Coordinator Jennifer Rupp evaluated Tobias’s resume, giving her pointers and tips for making the best impression at the Job Fair which is going on through 2 p.m. today at the College of Southern Maryland’s La Plata Campus.


College of Southern Maryland Professor Mary Beth Klinger brought her Business 1210 class, including, from left, Frank Adorkor, Josh King and Anthony Padilla to the Tri-County Job and Career Fair going on through 2 p.m. today in the Physical Education (PE) Center on the La Plata Campus. Adorkor, a freshman studying business administration, wants to do a lot of different things in a career that he hopes will take him around the world. For now, however, he’s looking at jobs in Southern Maryland, he said.


College of Southern Maryland students and the community are taking part in today’s Tri-County Job and Career Fair through 2 in the Physical Education (PE) Center on CSM’s La Plata Campus. More than 40 employers are showcasing available jobs and career opportunities within their organizations. At noon, a workshop on strategies for federal employment will be held in PE120.