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Become a Correction Officer and join the Boldest!
The NYC Dept of Correction will be hosting a recruitment table to answer questions about careers in the Dept of Correction.
Join us for a new monthly informal panel discussion with Wagner alumni from various backgrounds sharing their experience and advice on successfully navigating life after Wagner. Come prepared with your questions as there will be plenty of time for Q&A! Tonight's guests: Carla Giorgio, director at Integrated Media 360i; Tunde Ogunlana, associate at Goldman Sachs; Adrian Adderley, vice president of financial plannning and analysis at National Holdings Corporation.
We want to connect alumni and parents with today’s Wagner students for conversations about all things related to careers — pursuing an education, finding the right path, and networking. Alumni and parents are invited to share wisdom, advice, and experiences with the students. Whatever your career field may be, please volunteer your time to speak with our students of all majors and grades. Alumni and friends can register here: alumniconnect.wagner.edu/career-conversation-2019.
Students who are interested in attending must contact Tara Chiari, Assistant Director of Career Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: The University Club – 1 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019 in College Hall
6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. - Private alumni and parent networking reception in College Hall (Main Fl.)
7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. - Career Conversations
Dress Code: Men: Dress shirts, jackets and tie required. Women: Similar standards, such as tailored clothing that otherwise conforms to this rule including suits, dresses,and skirts or tailors trousers with dress shirts, blouses or sweaters. Jeans, shorts, capris, sneakers, flip flops and other such casual sportswear are not considered appropriate attire.
Cell Phone Usage: Cellular phones and personal digital assistants must remain on silent and may not be used in the public area of the Clubhouse.
Led by four WITs, professors and students from very organizations will meet to discuss the various forms of oppression and discrimination in writing and how the Writing Center is working to combat these issues. Open to any and all to join in on the conversation.
Danielle will speak about Disability Language and Etiquette as well as Abelism in the workplace.
Danielle Lucchese earned her BA from Wagner in Sociology with minors in Journalism and English, and an MA in Disability Studies from the CUNY School of Professional Studies. She is currently enrolled in an MA/Ph.D. program at the New School for Social Research. Danielle is teaching at CUNY SPS, CSI and William Patterson University. She also teaches social skills at Lifestyles for the Disabled part time.
This will be a valuable program/workshop on building a Targeted Resume and using LinkedIn, hosted by RA Dylan Walters and led by Tara Chiari from the CACE office, that will give you the tools needed to help you land the internships you want and to look the best you can to any recruiter or hiring manager who comes across your LinkedIn profile.
Get prepared now and be ready when you want to apply for internships!
You can attend by simply showing up to Gatehouse with a copy of your updated resume (or your laptop) - no need for reservations.
It is free to join and there will be prizes for some lucky few!
We hope to see you there!
The Wagner Writing Center invites all students to an information session to learn about the Writing Center and how they can help you on your journey through Wagner College. Whether you're new to Wagner and want to know more, or have been at Wagner and don't know what we do, please come by to learn how the Writing Center works with all students in a way that works best for each student's learning style.
Former Seahawks return to Wagner to talk to current students about how to leverage their experiences as student-athletes to maximize professional success.
Panelists: Joel Richardson '02, M'08, Founder, SoulJoul Productions -- Joseph Ferrara '10, Founder and CEO, Unique Coffee Roasters -- Tatum Colitz '13, Associate Athletic Director & Senior Woman Administrator, Wagner College
Former Seahawks share their experiences in the workplace and share networking advice.
Chris Sabol (He/Him/His), Choir and Musical Theatre Teacher at Monmouth Regional High School, Class of 2012
Molly Barson (She/Her/Hers), Digital Marketing and Analytics Manager at MCC Theater, Class of 2015
Tori McGrath (She/Her/Hers), Executive Recruiter at The Execu | Search Group, Class of 2016
Dillon Quinn (He/Him/His), Client Strategist at Big Drop Inc., Class of 2017
Co-moderated by Kyle Viti and Shae O'Keefe
Brought to you by the Wagner College Alumni Board
and OUTWagner, the first LGBTQIA+ Alumni group
The Fire Cadet Academy is designed to ensure that Cadets become familiar with the operations of the Fire Department and provide leadership training. Stop by and learn about the requirements and benefits.