02.16.22 Coffee & Careers – Camp Bow Wow and Joliet Bank & Trust!

Happy Valentine’s day to all! As I write this, the season of love is upon us. Why not spread the love and see potential recruiters? This week we have two special guests coming to Coffee and Careers. We welcome back Joliet Bank & Trust for their second Coffee and Careers, while Camp Bow Wow is a new face to the lineup.

For Joliet Bank & Trust, they need no introduction. They are located nearby at 2108 W Jefferson St, Joliet, IL 60435. Joliet Bank & Trust is your local Wintrust Community Bank. As part of the larger Wintrust Community Bank family, they are built in this area, for this area. Joliet Bank & Trust works hard to be an asset to the people and communities they serve. They work to get to know you and your needs in order to offer the best banking products and even better service. If you are looking at getting work experience with management, money and or banking, then this is a job for you!

Camp Bow Wow has a big impact on the pet care industry – in fact, they’ve disrupted it by creating a daycare that dogs would design for themselves. Dogs visit Camp Bow Wow more than 4 million times a year, and the swiftly growing company has upended the traditional canine kennel model by creating a unique experience for dogs. Camp Bow Wow has an overnight regular day care system that dogs — and their owners — truly love.

These are two different jobs that will offer interested students the ability to enhance their skills in the field, with real world training. As always, for those who attend, they will receive a great opportunity to network and build business relationships with real world business professionals. Students can also enjoy complimentary pastries and coffee. We hope to see you all out there!

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