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Siena College to Host Career Expo on Campus

Four-day event to target different career and education opportunities

LOUDONVILLE, NY – Siena College will host a Career Expo on four separate days throughout February, with a different career and education focus each day.

“Siena’s career events are always highly successful and much-anticipated on our campus,” said Alicia Pepe, MBA, assistant vice president for experiential learning and career development. “It’s so rewarding to have our students interact with potential employers and graduate schools to explore the different opportunities awaiting them.”

This Expo is intentionally less formal than the traditional career fair, allowing students to stop by in between classes. With a different focus each day, it will attract a different cohort of companies, grad schools and students:

Wednesday, Feb. 1 - Business

Wednesday, Feb. 8 – STEM, Healthcare

Wednesday, Feb. 15 – Education, Communications, Government, Not-for-Profit

Friday, Feb. 17 – Graduate school, Service options

Each session will be held from 12 noon to 2PM in the College’s Sarazen Student Union.
Attendees are welcome to take part on any or all of the days.

Interested in hiring Siena students for internships or professional opportunities? Please register by contacting the Siena Career and Internship Center at [email protected] or 518-783-2339.

The fee is $275 per day for for-profit entities and $100 per day for not-for-profits. The fee includes a table at the Expo and a book of student résumés, which will be sent to participating exhibitors in March.

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