The Professional Sales Institute is thrilled to hold one of the top-rated sales career fairs in the nation every fall and spring semester.

The Sales Career Fair provides companies with the opportunity to come to students interested in sales careers with jobs and internships.

As for Illinois State University students, the Professional Sales Institute will host its Sales Careers Job and Internships Fair from 4-7 p.m. Feb. 11 in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center.

Recruiters can register online or through mail by Jan. 28. Recruiters can look forward to collaborating with students looking to pursue a career in sales with participants from the PSI Sales Sequence, as well as, campus wide majors.

Students interested in attending can come learn about open professional sales positions with some of the country’s top sales organizations. The dress requirement for the event is business professional.

Recruiters who registered by Jan. 21 will have their companies included in distributed advertising. Two positions were available to sponsor networking refreshments.

Those sponsors were also able to retrieve additional visibility with their company culture video included on the front page of the company information advertisement form issued to students.

KELLIE FOY is a News Reporter for The Vidette. She can be contacted at  Follow her on Twitter at @kellie_foy 

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