CWU students from every major got the chance to meet with over 50 different businesses as part of the 40th annual Career Quest.
Hundreds of students filed in and out of the student union building at Central Washington University.
For some, it was a chance to meet and greet with businesses --but for senior Samantha Jackle, it's an opportunity to explore potential careers after graduation.
"I've been job searching online, looking around and looking at the places I'm interested in," said Jackle, "But today I learned about opporunities that I never even considered."
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