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Leaders in the Making

Lilly Myers, a junior in Chemical Engineering from Prairie Village, Kansas, knows a thing or two about event planning. Just ask any of the 400 companies or thousands of students who benefitted from the 2014 Industrial Roundtable (IR) at Purdue University last fall.

The IR, as it's known by the members of the Purdue Engineering Student Council (PESC) who host the event, is among the largest student run job fairs in the country.

That's pretty impressive when you consider that Myers, the IR director, and a team of eight students, including three other chemical engineers, Louis Perkins, Hannah Cook and Courtney Kelly, were in charge of organizing the entire roundtable. And that's on top of their demanding courseloads.

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