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FAST Enterprises Finds Valuable Recruits at University of Montana's School of Business

March 9, 2017View for printing

Every spring for many years now, the UM School of Business' events schedule is packed with employer visits, networking events and career opportunity nights. A large part of the impressive turn-out by local, national and even global firms is due to the consistent efforts of the school's career development team to not only bring in these firms but also ensure that the participating students are adequately prepared.

As Estella Anderson, the Director of Career Development describes,

"Our school is the only school in the state of Montana with a Career Development program dedicated to preparing students with skills they will not learn in the classroom. With this, we are able to provide our students with training, assistance and workshops in preparing resumes, interviewing and multiple other topics surrounding professional skills and the other components that make them employer ready."

Among the many national and global firms that consistently recruit the University of Montana's business students is FAST Enterprises https://www.fastenterprises.com/ , a national and global IT firm providing software and consulting services to government agencies. Over the years, FAST has been steadfast in its recruitment of UM's business students, and, as FAST associate Heidi Sayler explained during their recent recruiting visit, they are always looking for more UM graduates to join their team.

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