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Join us for an informative and impactful discussion on life after graduation. We will cover topics such as lessons learned, budgeting, and work-life balance.
This 40-minute discussion will be followed by a question and answer period. All senior students are invited to attend!
Joanna Ciavarella '11 (Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Wagner and Marymount Manhattan Colleges)
Tatum Colitz '13 M '15 (Senior Associate Director of Athletics, Seton Hall University)
Andrea De Loney '10 (Project Manager, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Northwell Health)
Tori McGrath '16 M'17 (Executive Recruiter, Execu|Search Group)
This panel is sponsored by the Women's Professional Network.
Register Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdk3aF_y94dhOmsQcgyKxy_EVJeJPXBiERPExp115-g93UP3A/viewform?gxids=7628.
Join members of the Black Professional Alliance and the Black Student Union and other student groups as they gather together, virtually, for the 2021 social.
This event will include TED Talk-style presentations about "Lessons and Skills attributed to Your Success."
The talks will be followed by a question and answer period and breakout rooms where students and alumni will have the opportunity to connect.
Speakers will include:
Jocelyn Ford '08
Philip Georges '83
A Current Student
Register here: alumniconnect.wagner.edu/bpa--bsu-social-2021.
Each year the Chai Society recognizes individuals from the community who have enhanced and promoted Jewish life on campus and within the broader community. We are delighted to have the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of those that embody the mission of the Chai Society and use the event to serve as a true mitzvah opportunity. This year we will honor:
Joel Cohen ‘50 - Monroe J. Klein ‘66 Humanitarian Award
Arthur Spielman - Courage Award
Efrat LaMandre, FNP-C - Spirit of Change Award
Dr. Ginny Mantello - Allan Weissglass Civic Leadership Award
Rev. Dr. Terry Troia - Allan Weissglass Civic Leadership Award
Bethany Friedman - Next Generation Award
For more information about the Chai Society or to register for this virtual event visit their website.
Save the date! Join us for the Guild’s June meeting. Stay tuned for details on our guest speaker as the date gets closer.
Please visit Wagner College Guild to learn more about the Guild.
About the Wagner Guild
The Guild is Wagner’s oldest organization and was formed by faculty wives 103 years ago to help provide support for the divinity students who were away from home pursuing their education. Today, the Guild’s mission remains in many ways the same as it was over 100 years ago, with its members committed to assisting students in need.