News in Brief
Penn State Intercom......November 1 , 2001

Career fair planned

More than 145 companies will attend the eighth annual Architectural Engineering Career Fair Tuesday, Nov. 6, in Rec Hall on the University Park campus.

The fair is expected to draw more than 500 people, including students from several other universities.

Companies will be recruiting students for entry-level permanent positions, as well as co-op openings and summer employment. Traditionally, the fair is the source of current and future employment contacts for most architectural engineering students.

Veteran's Day program in DuBois

Penn State DuBois will hold its annual Veteran's Day program at noon Monday, Nov. 12, in the Multi-Purpose Building gymnasium.

Guest speaker for the program will be retired Air Force Col. David Welton. Other speakers will include John Hibner, commander of George D. Montgomery American Legion Post 17 of DuBois, and Daniel Kennedy, Veterans Club president.

A campus choir will present patriotic music, and the DuBois Honor Guard will post and then retire the colors following "Taps."

Blood drive scheduled redx1

The Penn State Alumni Association will hold a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the Hintz Family Alumni Center on the University Park campus.

Appointments are not mandatory, but participants are encouraged to make one. For information, call Susan Patten at (814) 863-6340 or e-mail srp16@psu.edu, or Chieko Koba at (814) 863-9762 or e-mail cxk35@psu.edu.

For information on eligibility requirements or the donating process, check the Web at http://www.redcross.org/ or call (800) 542-5663.

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