Looking for work? Job seekers will get a chance to meet face-to-face with potential employers instead of being just a resume on the internet, this Thursday at Georgian Court University in Lakewood.

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The college is hosting the 2014 Job, Internship and Grad School Fair with representatives from more than 50 companies said Kate Moore, Georgian Court University's Director of Career Services and Experiential Learning. "It gives students, alums and the community a good opportunity to really get their face out there and really start communicating their skills to employers."

Moore said some of the companies being represented include the FBI, TD Bank, Prudential and the New Jersey Department of Agriculture.

The fair is one of several activities being held GCU's Career Week through March 27. Tomorrow, the university is hosting a panel discussion with New Jersey Talent Network members who will share insights from several industries, including healthcare, retail, hospitality and tourism, financial services, transportation, life sciences, and advanced manufacturing.

The March 27 job fair is free and open to alumni and the public. It's being held in the GCU campus Wellness Center from 1p.m to 5p.m.

Moore encourages those attending to bring plenty of copies of their resumes.