February 21, 2020
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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials helped host the third annual “Careers in Motion” Networking Fair held on January 12 at the 2020 Transportation Research Board (TRB) annual meeting in Washington D.C.

[Above photo right to left: Katheryn Malusky, Clarisse Bernardes Coble, Ryan Fragapane, Strat Cavos.]

The networking fair gave TRB attendees the opportunity to meet and network with perspective employers from throughout the transportation industry and get their resume reviewed by human resource specialists.

Left to right: Jim McDonnell, Katheryn Malusky, Clarisse Bernardes Coble, Ryan Fragapane.

In addition to the networking opportunities, the fair also offered several professional development sessions.

The career fair connected key AASHTO personnel with those interested in pursuing careers in transportation about the opportunities provided by state departments of transportation.

The AASHTO booth at the fair garnered traffic throughout the event, providing attendees with the opportunity to meet Jim Tymon, AASHTO’s executive director, and other members of the organization’s senior leadership team, including: King Gee, director of safety and mobility; Jim McDonnell, director of engineering and technical services; and Steve Lenker, director of AASHTO re:source.


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