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Last modified: Monday, February 4, 2008

Big Ten Network presents Big Ten Career Expo in Indianapolis

Event to take place in conjunction with Big Ten Menís Basketball Tournament

Feb. 1, 2008

CHICAGO - The Big Ten Conference Career Expo, presented by the Big Ten Network, will take place Friday, March 14, at Union Station in Indianapolis. The career fair aims to pair students from 11 of the nation's most prestigious universities with the staffing needs of elite and industry-leading companies.

This is a chance for Big Ten students and alumni to be introduced to top-tier employers that are interested in filling full-time or internship positions within their companies. Expo participants are invited to register online at

"The Big Ten Conference Career Expo will be a great networking opportunity for students, alumni and employers," said Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament Manager Rich Falk. "In addition, downtown restaurants in Indianapolis will be designated for each Big Ten university, which gives Career Expo participants additional opportunities to meet other students and alumni."

The Big Ten Career Expo will be different than any other -- a business casual event with no suits necessary. It will take place in conjunction with the 2008 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament in the heart of Indianapolis. The event is presented by the Big Ten Network and hosted by the Indiana Sports Corp.

Some of the participating employers will include: Big Ten Network, Lilly, Wellpoint, Simon Property Group, Brightpoint, American Structurepoint,, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Disney World Wide Services, Emmis Communications, Extron Electronics, Impact Networking, Indiana Sports Corp., Indianapolis Colts, Momentum, NCAA, Nordstrom, Pacers Sports & Entertainment, St. Vincent Health, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd., Team Detroit (joint venture of several public relations firms) and The Children's Museum of Indianapolis.

The Big Ten Network launched August 30, 2007, and became the first new network in cable or satellite television history to reach 30 million homes in its first 30 days. The network is available through DIRECTV, DISH Network, AT&T U-Verse, Insight Communications, WideOpenWest, RCN, Service Electric and nearly 200 other cable operators.

About the Big Ten Network: The Big Ten Network is dedicated to covering the Big Ten Conference and its 11 member institutions. The Big Ten Network provides unprecedented access to an extensive schedule of conference sports events and shows; original programs in academics, the arts and sciences; campus activities; and associated personalities. Sports programming includes live coverage of more major men's and women's events than ever before, along with news, highlights and analysis, all complemented by hours of university-produced campus programming. The network is available to all cable and satellite carriers and television distributors nationwide, with most programs offered in stunning high-definition television (HDTV). The Big Ten Network is a joint venture between subsidiaries of the Big Ten Conference and Fox Cable Networks. For more information regarding the Big Ten Network, visit