OCI comes to an end

September 18, 2007Duke Law News

After a month of interviews with nearly 300 employers at the Millennium Hotel, the Sanford School of Public Policy, and the Fuqua School of Business, the Career & Professional Development Center brought the fall on-campus interview season to an end September 7. Although OCI is over, the job hunt moves forward for Duke Law students as the recruitment season will continue through the upcoming months. Each year, letter writing and direct contact with employers and alumni is one of the most successful methods for finding internship and post-graduate employment opportunities. The Career Center counselors welcome students to schedule appointments to discuss their job search.
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