Job opportunities will abound Thursday, Sept. 12, when West Virginia Universitys Career Services Center and the West Virginia Radio Corp. sponsor an employment expo from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the WVU Coliseum.

“The expo is open to anyone looking for a job, but it is a particularly excellent opportunity for WVU students to come out and learn what career options are available to them either now or when they graduate,”said Robert Kent, CareerServicesCenter director.”This is a tremendous chance to network with some top companies, including several Fortune 500 employers.”

More than 75 companies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and the Massaro Company, will have representatives available, Kent said.

Participants should come prepared to be interviewed, he recommended.”I suggest that participants come dressed appropriately and bring resumes, just like you would for a regular interview,”he said.

For more information about the expo, call the CareerServicesCenter, 304-293-2221.