Fair Week happens April 21-23
Kent State University at Trumbull will host a trio of civic-minded fairs for students, faculty, staff, and the community at large, April 21-23.
Students, faculty and staff of Kent State Trumbull will have the opportunity to connect with a number of local non-profits agencies to learn about volunteer and internship opportunities available to them throughout the community at the Spring Volunteer Fair on Tuesday, April 21, 1-3 p.m., in the Classroom Building.
The goals of the fair are many, including:
- To link students to local organizations for volunteer and internship opportunities.
- To serve the local community by offering organizations the opportunity to recruit volunteers at our campus.
- To provide students and local organizations an opportunity to network with one another.
The Kent State Trumbull School of Nursing will host the annual Campus & Community Health Fair on Wednesday, April 22 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Classroom Building. The free event will feature a variety of vendors with healthcare information and screening services available for students, faculty, staff and the general public. For additional information, contact Alice Colwell at 330-675-8983 or Mary Beth Lukach at 330-675-8947.
The week will wrap up with the Community Job Fair on Thursday, April 23 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Classroom Building. The event is free and open to the public. Representatives from regional business, industry, and Kent State, will be on hand with information about various jobs, and academic opportunities. Attendees are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes and interview attire is recommended. Participants will also be able to take part in mock interviews and have resumes critiqued.
Running lists of participating vendors for the Volunteer Fair and Job Fair are available via our Facebook page.
Additional information is available by contacting Anthony Zampino at 330-675-7613.
Kent State Trumbull's Honors College, with the support of the English Club and SEEDS Bible Club, joined forces for a program called "Making Hearts Warm." Students made and donated almost 30 blankets to Rock4Reason, a local organization that helps families in the Mahoning Valley impacted by cancer and terminal illness. Every blanket will be given to a local cancer patient undergoing chemotherapy treatments.
They presented the blankets to Rock4Reason cofounder Frank Lindsay and board member Janelle Lewis on March 13.
Warren, OH (March 20, 2023) - More than 200 area high school sophomore and junior students attended Kent State University at Trumbull's STEM Trumbull County (STEM TC) conference on Friday, March 17, where they met and heard from women in science, technology, engineering and math careers, while learning about education programs that support those paths.
According to Dr. Valerie Cubon-Bell, Kent State Trumbull's STEM TC director and professor of chemistry, more than 30 speakers volunteered for this year's all-day conference.
Kent State Trumbull will be a host for this multi-campus open house event.
Kent State University invites prospective students and families throughout Northeast Ohio to explore its Regional Campus System at a unique, simultaneous open house event.
The inaugural Blue & Gold Night begins at 5:30 p.m. on March 21.