2015 Environmental Career Fair
The 14th Annual Environmental Career Fair is Wednesday, February 25, 2015. View a gallery of images from the past fairs, and visit the ECF web pages for details on this years event:
Information Sessions, Job Fairs, Interviews, and more
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Tuesday, February 24, 2015 ■ 5:30-8:30pm, Nifkin (Alumni) Lounge
This event will provide students the opportunity to network with Alumni in a comfortable and supportive environment. The event will begin with an alumni panel. Each alumnus will speak about the role their SUNY-ESF education played in determining their career path. Students will participate in an open-forum discussion with the panelists before breaking out into round-table discussions that will include other alumni from the area. Round-table discussions will be broken down by area of interest and organized by the career fields of the alumni who participate.
Current Panelist include:
Peter Finn ’76 (EFB), Robert Hargrove ’78 (FRM), Mark Lichtenstein ‘85 (ES), Dr. Jose Iribarne ‘95 (ERE), Brian Platt ‘01 (FEG), and Andrew Korik ’07 (ENSC)
Environmental Career Fair
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 ■ 10:30am-3pm, Gateway Center
This exciting event is aimed at introducing students to organizations, companies, and careers associated with the environment. The Career Fair will enable ESF students to meet with representatives from a variety of environmental fields to discuss full-time career opportunities, internships, and seasonal employment. Visit http://www.esf.edu/career/events.asp to see a complete list of attending organizations.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 ■ 6pm-8pm, Goldstein Alumni & Faculty Center, SU campus
Presented by Brian Earle, Senior Lecturer of Communications, Cornell University
Why is etiquette important? This presentation will teach the importance of proper etiquette in the career-building process. Participants will learn the proper table manners to make a positive impression during a lunch/dinner interview. Space is limited to 50 students, so sign up soon. Reservations and a $5 place holder are required by Monday, March 16th. Stop into 110 Bray Hall to reserve your spot today.
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