Career Services Events
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- 23OctOctober 23, 20171:50 pm — 3:00 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 308Are you a freshmen or sophomore with career goals? Want to help your friends with theirs? Apply to be a Career Peer! Career Peers work with University Career Services to help students on their journey to career success!
- 23OctOctober 23, 20172:00 pm — 3:00 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 306Meet with Executives from the NY Mets to learn about exciting careers in Sports Sales and how to break into the Sport Industry.
- 24OctOctober 24, 201712:30 pmDAC 416 A and B
- 24OctOctober 24, 20176:30 pm — 9:00 pmKiernan Suite, Kelleher Building, SILearn about applying and attending law school, and different types of careers available the field. Network with current law students and professionals.
- 24OctOctober 24, 20176:30 pm — 8:30 pmPresident's Room, Carnesecca ArenaCome meet St. John’s alumni from Fortune 500 companies to learn the ins and outs of networking and the do’s and don’ts of interviewing.
- 24OctOctober 24, 20177:00 pm — 9:00 pmKiernan Suite - Kelleher CenterA panel of Lawyer and paralegal alumni will discuss legal careers, career paths, and career alternatives
- 26OctOctober 26, 20179:00 am — 3:00 pmMarillac TerraceThis event is intended to let students learn more about the benefits of membership in the various professional organizations, and also to meet many of our leaders in their respective professions.
- 26OctOctober 26, 20171:50 pm — 3:30 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 306Join us for a candid conversation about accommodations, disclosure, and your rights in the workplace, moderated by Victor Calise ’02CPS the Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities.
- 26OctOctober 26, 20172:00 pm — 3:00 pmMarillac, Room 122
- 26OctOctober 26, 20172:00 pm — 3:30 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 306An open dialogue session, facilitated by Victor Calise, Commission of the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities. This session will focus on supporting our students' abilities to bring their whole self to work through an appreciation that embracing what makes us diverse promotes innovation, understanding, and overall success in the workplace.