UHLC students turn out for public service ‘Table Talk’ 

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Students fill the Krost Hall common area to learn more about government and public interest law and job opportunities from representatives of more than 50 agencies that participated in the Feb. 14 “TableTalk.”

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StudentsFeb. 17, 2014 – Armed with resumes and dressed in their most professional business attire, University of Houston Law Center students mingled with representatives of government and public interest agencies in Krost Hall to learn about summer internships and other job opportunities in public service. Roughly 100 interviewers from more than 50 agencies - ranging from the ADL to the YMCA – explained the workings of their organizations and handed out business cards and brochures Feb. 14. The Career Development Office also is sponsoring a Small & Midsize Firm Open House from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 28 in Krost Hall. The event geared specifically toward firms with 50 or fewer attorneys is designed to inform students about the opportunities and challenges of working in relatively small firms.

Right, Bayoji  Akingbola and Arianna Barker, resumes and cover letters in hand, listen to an interviewer.

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