School of Mines students prepared resumes and donned their best business casual Thursday, all to attract potential employers.
It was all part of the college's annual career fair.
The 2013 edition featured 84 employers with representatives on campus for one-on-one interaction with students.
One third of the companies attending are South Dakota based.
Ring Container Technology, a company specializing in plastics with an office in Belle Fourche, SD returned to the fair because of the high reputation of the students.
"We've recruited heavily here the past four to five years. We've recruited a lot of students out of here. We wanted to come back and get the students from here because they are some of the top in that nation," said Charles Maupin, a representative of Ring.
There were 14 more companies in attendance this year compared to 2012.