METRO CAREER NIGHT 2013
Students, get career advice from Binghamton University alumni!
information for students
Wednesday, Jan. 16
Fashion Institute of Technology
(John E. Reeves Great Hall)
Entrance at 7th Avenue at 28th Street, Manhattan
6 - 7 p.m.: Panel Discussion: "Career Success Tips from Alumni"
7 - 9 p.m.: Career Networking Session with Alumni
Metro Career Night is a special opportunity for you to network with successful Binghamton University alumni living in the metro area and working in a wide range of careers. They're willing to share their expertise with you! See a list of alumni volunteers.
A panel of successful Binghamton University graduates will share strategies for career success. Then, you can meet face-to-face with alumni during a career networking session where you can ask questions about working in specific fields and industries.
Tracy A. Caliendo '97
Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Politics and Law
Andrew Goldstein '84
Producer, NBC News TODAY
Bachelor of Arts, Literature and Rhetoric
Lynda Markoe '88
Executive Vice President, Divisional, J. Crew Group, Inc.
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
James Wahlin '97
Lead Technical Services Architect, 10gen
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Admission to this event is free. Pre-registration is recommended. In fact, students who pre-register and attend will be entered into a drawing to win special Binghamton University prizes including a fantastic gift basket and assortment of other great items. Dress is business casual.
* It's a unique opportunity to meet and network with successful Binghamton University alumni who can provide you with career advice and insights and respond to your specific questions about their work, their transition to their present career, industry trends etc.
* It's a perfect opportunity for you to practice your networking skills with alumni professionals! Use these tips.
* The panel session will provide all students with great tips and advice to assist you in your career preparation post-Binghamton. You'll get to meet and ask questions of our distinguished panel of successful alumni.
Online registration is closed; however, you can still attend our event. Please bring a friend. Because of space limitations, this event is only open to Binghamton University students and alumni. See a list of alumni who will participate in the networking session (and the fields they represent).
If you have any questions, contact Melinda Holicky, assistant director of alumni relations for student programming. We hope to see you at Metro Career Night. It's a great way to make the most of winter recess.
Sponsored by the Binghamton University Alumni Association and Career Development Center.