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TCG Sponsors Shippensburg Job & Internship Fair

On Thursday, March 30, Adam Dillon, Kaitlyn Vinson, Tony Frey and Bert Wendeln represented TCG as event sponsors at Shippensburg University's latest Job & Internship Fair. Earlier in the year, Dillon ran a table at the Resume Bootcamp, helping Shippensburg students perfect their resumes for their upcoming job search. The team has been building a strong partnership with Shippensburg in hopes that the university will provide TCG with some of its future stars.

Shippensburg Shadow Day at TCG

Thanks to Shippensburg students senior Melanie Powell and sophomore Megan Reeser for joining our team today. We hope you enjoyed the day and look forward to seeing what the future holds for you! Current SU students along with some of TCG's Shippensburg Alums: Bert Wendeln, Andy Buffington, Margaret Christlieb and Kaitlyn Vinson. Talking about the future with Tony Frey, Bert Wendeln and Adam Dillon.

Getting the Most out of Your Interview Process

Many candidates can interview well - but that doesn't necessarily mean they're the right person for the job. There are ways that you can improve your company's interview process to get a better sense of whether or not a candidate will be the right fit. At the same time, you can use the interview process as a way to market your company as a great place to work. Here are some tips for revamping your interview process: 1. Ask behavior-based questions Asking "What's your greatest weakness?" will only get you so far. These rigid types of questions don't give you much room to discover the true character of a job candidate. Instead, ask behavior-based questions to get a deeper understanding of cand

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