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College Fair To Be Held in St Thomas at Holiday Inn

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March 30, 2005 – Uni-Recruitment, Inc., a New York City-based college recruitment company, in collaboration with Paradise Worship Center, will be holding its first-ever St Thomas college fair on Saturday, April 2, from 12 to 6 p.m., at the Holiday Inn in downtown St Thomas. While the event has been expressly designed to meet the needs and whet the interest of high-school seniors, and their parents, it is also open to the general public, with adult and transfer students being particularly welcome. And it's all free!
The Fair's mission can be easily stated: To provide prospective college students especially those who have thought about one day studying in the United States with a unique forum in which to browse among the numerous college booths and pickup brochures and application forms—but above all, with a unique opportunity to speak one-on-one with the various college representatives who will be on hand to answer questions and to provide information about their respective institutions.
Jeremiah Hyacinth, the president of Uni-Recruitment, says, "I really don't see how high-school kids and their parents could spend a more profitable afternoon than by attending our fair. For even as they gain a clearer picture of admission requirements, educational opportunities, and their particular financial-aid situation, they can enjoy the festive ambience and the refreshments that will be on hand."
We at Uni-Recruitment hope to see you at the fair! For any and all information about our organization and its wide array of events, please feel free to visit us online at www.unirecruitment.com , or to call Paradise Worship Center at 340.771.2432.

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