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Grayson College hosts third annual Career Fair

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DENISON, TX -- Local college students had the chance to network with potential future employers Thursday. Grayson college hosted its 3rd annual career fair with the help of  Work Force Solutions Texoma.

Close to fifty employers from North Texas and Southern Oklahoma attended the fair. Students were encouraged to dress well and bring resumes and reference lists.

"It's always a good experience to be able to talk to people," said Tim Cardinal, Grayson College student, "and be able to run over what your experience is and find out what is exactly out here in the field that's available."

Texoma businesses came looking to fill a wide range of positions in fields such as healthcare, manufacturing and transportation.