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Nanotech opportunities focus of new Albany job fair

CNSE employee Carolyn Kinzel, left, is thanked by applicant Alan Burke of Clifton Park after an interview at the NANO Technology Campus on Fuller Road in Albany during a Job Fair Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
CNSE employee Carolyn Kinzel, left, is thanked by applicant Alan Burke of Clifton Park after an interview at the NANO Technology Campus on Fuller Road in Albany during a Job Fair Saturday.
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More than 800 people turned out to a Nano Job Fair at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in the hopes of working in the fast-growing field of nanotechnology. The event intended to draw in women, veterans and minority candidates, who showed up in large numbers to the Albany campus Saturday. CNSE is looking to fill more than 300 current and future openings at the NanoCollege, including positions with the Global 450mm Wafer Consortium, ...


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