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March 2019

National Park Service/Gateway Information Table

March 19 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wagner Union Atrium Table 1

ON-CAMPUS RECRUITMENT & INFO TABLE
Gateway National Recreation Area
Are you interested in working at the country's first urban National Park site? Are you passionate for New York and New Jersey history and nature? If so, consider applying to work at one of the three units of Gateway National Recreation Area: Sandy Hook, NJ; Staten Island, NY; or Jamaica Bay, NY. Gateway National Recreation Area is part of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Gateway is a large diverse urban park with 27,000 acres, combining recreational activities with natural beauty, wildlife preservation, military history and more. Visitors can learn about forts, hike, or camp overnight in the New York metropolitan area.

Women Who Inspire at Wagner

March 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wagner Union Faculty Dining Room

Join us as we celebrate Women Who Inspire at our 2nd Annual Ceremony.

Keynote will be delivered by Elizabeth Cardiello, '06, M'07

Honorees are:
Dr. Rita Reynolds
Ms. Ellen Navarro
Ms. Winona Scheff '19
Ms. Hadeel Mishal '17

Special Remarks:
Dr. Carin Guarasci

RSVP required to Letty Romero at lromero@wagner.edu.

WHM: Pop-Up Shop!

March 20 @ 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wagner Union Atrium

Looking for a job or internship and need to expand your wardrobe? In honor of Women's History Month, stop by the Atrium between 1pm and 7pm to peruse a selection of donated women's professional attire. All items are free for Wagner College students.

April 2019

Business Etiquette Dinner

April 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Wagner Union Faculty Dining Room

Open to all students.

Students in attendance will learn etiquette tips to be used while dining during an interview or other professional function.

General interviewing techniques will also be discussed.

Disability Awareness Presentation with Danielle Lucchese

April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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.

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