The Office of Career Services at Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community and Technical College is helping students find work after graduation.
More than 300 students took advantage of a job fair Wednesday, and more than 60 employers accepted resumes and conducted interviews on site.
"It's really good to get that face to face interaction with people who work for the company," said Zachary Rowe, an FSU graduate. "You can ask them honest questions about what the company is like to work for, what the hours are like. You can ask them honest questions about simple things like the pay."