A Career Exploration Event for Students

Wednesday, Jan. 15
Fashion Institute of Technology
(John E. Reeves Great Hall)
Use entrance at 7th Avenue at 28th Street, Manhattan


6 - 7 p.m.: Panel Discussion "Powerful Career Tips from Alumni"
7 - 9 p.m.: Student-Alumni Career Networking Session

Metro Career Night is a special opportunity for you to network with successful Binghamton University alumni living in the Metro New York area and working in a wide range of careers. They're willing to share their expertise with you!

A panel of successful Binghamton University graduates will share powerful career tips and strategies. 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.

Admission to this event is free. WALK-INS ARE WELCOME. Dress is business casual.

Why attend? This event is 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, and other topics.

It's a perfect opportunity for you to practice your networking skills with alumni professionals! Use these tips to help.


***See a list of alumni who will participate in the networking session and the fields they represent.***


Raymond G. Russolillo '80
Partner, Withum Smith & Brown, PC
President, Binghamton University Alumni Association
Bachelor of Arts, Economics
Bachelor of Science, Accounting

Rory Clark '05
Associate Broker, Halstead Property, LLC
Co-chair, Alumni Association Metro New York Chapter
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Politics and Law
JD, New York Law School, 2008

Paul Yang '06
Director, Bluewolf
Bachelor of Arts, Economics

Emilia Naccarato, '80
Bachelor of Arts, Law & Society (Philosophy, Politics, and Law)
JD, St. John's University School of Law, 1983
Associate Director, Career Services, Cardozo Law School

William McCarthy
Associate Director, Career Development Center


Please stop by the Career Development Center (CDC) table at Metro Career Night to have your resume reviewed, learn about CDC resources, and ask career-related questions.

If you have any questions, contact Courtney Huff, assistant director of student and young alumni engagement.

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, Career Development Center, and the Alumni Association's Metro New York Chapter.


Last Updated: 1/14/14