Interview fair invites opportunities

Representatives from various organizations swarmed the library on Tuesday as the school year’s annual interview fair took place.

Ethan Zakrewski, Online and News Editor

The annual interview fair has become a large tradition with students trying their hand at interviewing basics.

Throughout the day, students clad in their best attire attempted to gain experience in handling interviews.

Following the mock interview, they received a report card showing what they did well and needed to improve on in future.

While some employers were gauging potential employees, Jeff Ayers, who works with Keystone Counseling Center and Sharon Baptist Church, volunteered to be involved in his community.

“More often than not, the students were prepared and well-groomed and did a good job with the way they presented themselves,” he said.