Webster University Tashkent Connects Students with Employers at 2024 Career Fair

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A Webster student wearing a Webster University collared shirt speaks with two company representatives at the Webster University Tashkent career fair.A Webster student speaks to company representatives at the Webster University Tashkent career fair.

Webster University Tashkent recently hosted its 2024 Career Fair, giving students the opportunity to showcase their skills and connect with hiring professionals. Over 100 companies from diverse sectors attended the fair, fostering networking opportunities and chances for career advancement.  

The career fair connected Webster students and graduates with several job opportunities. Organizational representatives from companies such as Cenomi Group, Inditex and NESTLE hosted on-the-spot interviews.  

Two Webster University students talk with a potential employer at a career fair booth.Two Webster University students talk with a potential employer at a career fair booth.

“This is not just a career fair – this is an integral part of the Webster approach to education,” said Anthony Jarvis, interim director of Webster University in Tashkent. “It’s about building careers and opportunities well before graduation. Students come here year after year and build relationships with companies. We’re very grateful to the companies, and we are very grateful to the students who are willing to spend time discussing their future.” 

Three hiring representatives sit behind a blue and white table at the Webster University in Tashkent career fair.Three representatives from UZ Auto Motors Powertrain host a booth at the career fair.

A standout feature of the career fair was the corporate wardrobe essentials presentation, generously sponsored by Terra Pro and delivered by Anastasia Motorina, stylist and founder of MonAmour Accessories. Attendees received expert guidance on appropriate attire for the corporate setting, equipping them with essential skills to make lasting impressions as they embark on their professional journeys. 

“We are thrilled to host the 2024 Career Fair and be a part of each Webster student’s career path,” said Aziza Khalmurzaeva, coordinator of the career development department at Webster University Tashkent. “The career fair serves as a pivotal platform for our students to explore diverse career opportunities and connect with local as well as international industry leaders. This event underscores our commitment to fostering career readiness and professionalism of young Webster employees.”

Five Webster University in Tashkent officials pose for a photo at the 2024 career fair.From left: Ulugbek Shukurillaev, director of admissions and marketing at Webster Tashkent, Anthony Jarvis, interim rector of Webster Tashkent, Rasul Rakhmonov, executive director of Webster Tashkent, Sherzod Mamatov, deputy director for youth affairs at Webster University Tashkent, and Dilnoza Mamirova, marketing and public relations officer of Webster University in Tashkent.

About Webster University in Tashkent: 
Established in 2019 through the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Webster University Tashkent is an official campus of Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. Committed to providing high-quality education that prepares students for global citizenship and individual excellence, Webster Tashkent stands as the premier American university in Central Asia. 

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