On Tuesday, more than 2,000 students and 150 companies attended the 2019 Boston College Fall Career and Internship Fair. The fair was advertised as a networking event for all students and alumni from all BC schools. The event, attended by about 14 percent of BC’s students, is a major recruiting event both for companies and…
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