PASCO, Wash., -- Students at CBC got a taste of the job market today as the school held it's 28th Annual Career Expo.
More than 80 employers from all over the Pacific Northwest were on-hand to meet, network and even hold mock-interviews with potential employees.
"I'm here, first of all, just to see what's out in the community, to see what we have available, and to see if there are any jobs and internships out there," says Tabitha Johnson, a Running Start student at CBC.
"It never hurts to get your name out there on certain jobs, certain areas," says Christopher Puzycki, a student at CBC. "I've been looking online and as soon as we heard about this, it's like, "Hey, why not?" It's a great place to get into the local area and industry so you meet those type of people.
The career expo was open to anybody interested, not just students.